Former Sask. RCMP guard expected to get jail time for trafficking

The Yorkton Rural detachment. A former Saskatchewan RCMP guard is facing drug trafficking charges after suspected drug activity at a Yorkton Rural RCMP cellblock. Google Maps

A former employee of the Rural RCMP detachment in Yorkton, Sask., has pleaded guilty to drug trafficking at the facility.

Bonny Maddaford, a 45-year-old Yorkton resident, entered the plea Thursday in provincial court to charges of trafficking in cocaine and marijuana, as well as breach of trust.

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The charges follow an investigation that began last November when she was employed as a guard

Maddaford remains free on a number of court-ordered conditions.

Her sentencing has been adjourned to April 24.

It’s expected she will be given jail time.

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