When Brisson put the package into his car, however, he was interrupted by a neighbor who yelled for him to call police. When he did, the police discovered a package of crack cocaine. Brisson was arrested and made bail on Aug. 24, 1999. Sheepway was arrested three days later after he sold crack to an undercover North Battleford police officer.
On swingers party season, Brisson hosted them at his residence to fulfill the fantasy of many of the guests. He gathered mostly middle-aged adults. Over time, however, many saw the affair as a detriment to their own struggles. When one self-described "Hobbyist" came to realise that his dreams of freedom were being distorted by Brisson, he left the group and started to trade his story with other swingers, prompting calls to police.
Police raided Brisson's house in July 2008, seizing crack, ecstasy, marijuana, and large amounts of cash. All four charges were later dropped. Brisson stood trial twice in 2010 and 2012 on racketeering and drug-related charges, but each time the jury failed to reach a verdict.
After Brisson complained of headaches, his wife took him to a doctor. It was there, he told police, that he revealed his identity as Sheepway. His addiction to club drugs became a problem after he found work. d2c66b5586