Man with ties to alleged leader of Wolfpack gang denied bail in Kamloops court

KAMLOOPS - A man allegedly involved with the Wolfpack gang has had his application for bail denied.

Christopher Pace appeared in person to hear Judge Stephen Harrison's decision in a Kamloops Provincial Court room this morning, June 9. Pace is facing several charges related to drugs and firearms.

The co-accused in the case are Bruce Davis, the alleged gang leader, and Davis' girlfriend Amanda Nicholson, who also had her bail application denied.

Kamloops RCMP along with several other detachments across the province have been working diligently the past few months to dismantle the Wolfpack. The gang has a lengthy history with ties going back to the 2011 murder of Jonathan Bacon.

Nicholson and Pace are both expected to be back in Kmaloops court June 20.

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