By Kelly Geraldine Malone THE CANADIAN PRESS MELFORT, Sask.-Mounties say the man accused of a deadly mass stabbing in Saskatchewan last year was selling drugs and causing havoc in the days before he drove throughout the First Nation and attacked and killed multiple people. Mounties were releasing details Thursday about what happened on the James Smith Cree Nation and in the nearby village of Weldon on Sept. 4, when 11 people were killed and 18 were injured. Myles Sanderson, the 32-year-old accused in the attacks, died in police custody a few days later. Supt. Joshua Graham, the officer in charge of major crimes, said Myles Sanderson and his brother Damien Sanderson went to the First Nation to deal drugs on Sept. 1. Throughout their time in
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