Monday, September 28, 2020

Cocaine importer Matthew Ross Lambert pulls 16 years

Matthew Ross LambertMatthew Ross Lambert has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for his role in the importation of 157kg of cocaine found hidden on the bottom of a container ship in June 2018.

Lambert also pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiring to rob drug dealers in B.C. and Ontario. Police charged Lambert after intercepting phone calls between him and other men after he got bail on the importation charges. Lambert bought an additional two years in prison for the robbery conspiracy, for an overall sentence of 16 years.
His net time is 12 years and 204 days. Lambert, 36, was found guilty in July. He was sentenced last week.
See ----->150 kilos of cocaine found on ship in Halifax