Three charged in weapons and explosive devices seizure to remain in custody

Three adults from Kamloops facing charges in relation to a traffic stop Wednesday will be spending Christmas in custody.

Three adults from Kamloops facing charges in relation to a traffic stop Wednesday, Dec. 14, in Williams Lake that resulted in the seizure of weapons, disguises and explosive devices will be spending Christmas in custody.

Robert Juke, Dyami Diana Rickman and Tye Christopher Jones appeared in Williams Lake Provincial Court Tuesday. They were remanded and their next court appearance was scheduled for Dec. 28.

The three are being transferred from Williams Lake to the Prince George Regional Correctional Centre, confirmed Staff Sgt. Del Byron of the Williams Lake RCMP Wednesday.

All together the three face 42 charges.

Juke, 39, faces 20 charges; two counts of possessing a loaded prohibited or restricted weapon or an unload prohibited or restricted weapon with ammunition readily available, one count of occupying a vehicle in which there is a firearm, four counts of possessing explosives with intent to cause bodily harm, one count of possessing a controlled substance, one count of possessing a break-in instrument, possession of unauthorized firearm, possessing a weapon for a purpose dangerous to the public and nine counts of possession of a firearm contrary to an order.

Rickman, 19, faces 11 charges; one count of possession of a loaded prohibited or restricted weapon or an unloaded prohibited or restricted weapon with ammunition readily available, possession of a prohibited or restricted firearm with ammunition, one count of occupying a vehicle in which there in a firearm, four counts of  possessing explosives with intent to cause bodily harm, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a break-in instrument, unauthorized possession of a firearm and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

Jones, 33, faces 11 charges; one count of possession of a loaded prohibited or restricted weapon or an unloaded prohibited or restricted weapon with ammunition readily available, possession of a prohibited or restricted firearm with ammunition, one count of occupying a vehicle in which there in a firearm, four counts of  possessing explosives with intent to cause bodily harm, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a break-in instrument, unauthorized possession of a firearm and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

 

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