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Charges stayed in bust allegedly related to the Duhre Group

Charges have been stayed against two people who were arrested in October in a bust that police said had connections to the Duhre Group.

Andre Remekie, 29, and Shauna Wilson, 23, were both charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking after police seized $25,000 cash and a small amount of packaged cocaine from an apartment in the 33500 block of Holland Avenue.

Those charges were stayed Monday in Chilliwack Supreme Court. The bust was one of three conducted around the same time, resulting in the arrest of five people allegedly associated to the Duhre Group and the United Nations Gang.

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