Man sentenced for trafficking

Lori Coolican (The Star Phoenix) June 3, 2011

A 25-year-old man who acted as a “lieutenant” in a cocaine trafficking ring operated by a Saskatoon street gang known as the Terror Squad received a five-year prison sentence Thursday in provincial court.

Christopher Douglas Cathcart pleaded guilty last month to offending for a criminal organization, possessing cocaine for the purpose of trafficking and possessing proceeds of crime.

Crown prosecutor Craig Neely said Cathcart dealt with suppliers and street-level dealers under the direction of Michael James McNab, who recently received a seven-year term for directing the organization.

Based on intercepted communications recorded by the Saskatoon combined forces special enforcement unit between Oct. 26 and Dec. 24, McNab’s operation was selling about 1.7 kilograms of cocaine every month.

The gross profits were estimated at $37,000 a month, or $444,000 a year.

Cathcart also had his own trafficking operation and his own street-level dealers on the side, Neely said.

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