A Lloydminster man, considered to be a prolific offender by police, has officially been sentenced.
Last week, 27-year-old, Devin Bonick, of Lloydminster, was convicted of Possession for the purpose of trafficking, Possession of a controlled substance, and Failure to comply with conditions.
He received a sentence of two years in prison. Bonick was designated as a Lloydminster RCMP Prolific Offender in January 2016 with respect to the new Crime Reduction Strategies.
“The Prolific Offender program is supported not only by the police, but throughout the entire judicial system. Stiffer sentences will become more common for clients designated as prolific offenders who continue to commit crime within the city of Lloydminster,” says Constable Grant Kirzinger of the Lloydminster RCMP.