Girlfriend of alleged Wolfpack member to remain behind bars

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KAMLOOPS - The girlfriend of a man alleged to be a member of an organized crime group working out of Kamloops has been denied bail.

Amanda Nicholson appeared in Kamloops court today, June 8, on more than a dozen charges, including possession of stolen property over $5,000, numerous firearms-related charges, and possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking.

In previous court hearings related to the Wolfpack, Nicholson was said to have been the girlfriend of Bruce Davis, who appeared in court last week on a number of firearms-related charges.

Kamloops RCMP Supt. Brad Mueller said in a press conference last week the detachment has focused on the Wolfpack for months, and it has now made its way out of Kamloops after several search warrants were executed across the province.

Nicholson is expected to have her next court appearance via video on June 20.


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