Lethbridge Men Get Jail Time for Prohibited Firearms Charges

Two Lethbridge men will spend the next month in jail after pleading guilty to firearms offences.

Brandon Coster-Tarcon, 29, and Braydon Fuson, 19, were charged last February when police searched a home along the 2100 block of Palm Road South and found a 12-gauge shotgun and ammunition.
 
Coster-Tarcon pleaded guilty to unauthorized possession of a firearm and was sentenced to 30 days behind bars. Fuson was sentenced to 21 days when he pleaded guilty to possessing a prohibited firearm.
 
Several other charges were withdrawn by the Crown.
 
Neither of them will be allowed to own any firearms for ten years.

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