Morgan Hourie will spend at least another four years and two weeks in prison for multiple break and enters, firearm offences and trafficking cocaine.
Hourie was sentenced to 24 months in jail on a combined eleven charges, including the break and enters, failing comply with a recognizance, possession of property obtained by crime, possession of a prohibited firearm and driving a car while fleeing police. Hourie was slapped with an additional 40 months for the cocaine trafficking charge. Hourie is also banned from owning any firearms for the rest of his life.
Hourie is also being sentenced later this week for more crimes committed in Saskatchewan. Due to time served, he has four years and fifteen days left on his current sentence. In total, his Alberta charges work out to five years and four months.
Hourie was initially arrested along with two women outside of Ardmore in early December of 2016.