Chilliwack drug dealer facing 14 years at sentencing hearing scheduled Tuesday

Former Bacon Bros. associate Clayton Eheler had bail revoked after trying to get fraudulent passport

Chilliwack drug dealer Clayton Eheler was convicted of cocaine trafficking in June 2018 and is set to be sentenced Nov. 19, 2019 in Surrey provincial court. (Facebook)

Chilliwack gangster and one of the Fraser Valley’s highest level drug dealers faces a long period of incarceration at a sentencing hearing scheduled Tuesday afternoon in BC Supreme Court in Surrey.

Crown counsel said it is asking for 14 years in jail for Clayton Archie Eheler who was caught alongside Mathew Jordan Thiessen in 2014 as they were processing nine kilograms of cocaine in a Brett Avenue apartment.

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Eheler, a former Bacon brothers associate, was out on bail under strict court-ordered conditions when he tried to get a fraudulent passport in his cousin’s name in March of this year and he was sent back to jail.

See for more details later today or tomorrow as details from the sentencing hearing are made available.

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