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Man who has been in custody since January 2020 sentenced to time served

Clinton's charges of witness tampering to be dealt with Monday

NORTH BATTLEFORD – A man who was found guilty of uttering threats, resisting arrest, breaching release conditions, weapons offences, and possession of stolen property was sentenced Friday to time served.

Drayden Clinton, 26, has been in custody on numerous charges since his arrest in January 2020.

On Nov. 8 Clinton was found not guilty of a violent home invasion in Unity and an attempted armed robbery at the Macklin bar. He was also found not guilty of unlawful confinement and assault, and not guilty of possession of heroin and cocaine.

Clinton’s charges of witness tampering will be dealt with in North Battleford Provincial Court Nov. 29.

Clinton was also given a lifetime ban on owning weapons.