Creston RCMP issue Canada-wide warrant for Jason Neil Beaudry

Creston RCMP have issued a Canada-wide warrant for arrest for Jason Neil Beaudry...

  • May. 12, 2011 6:00 p.m.

Creston RCMP have issued a Canada-wide warrant for Jason Neil Beaudry.

Creston RCMP have issued a Canada-wide warrant for arrest for Jason Neil Beaudry. His last known address was in the Creston, B.C., area, but it has been reported he may have travelled to Cranbrook, Kamloops or the Lower Mainland.

The 33-year-old First Nations man has a pockmarked complexion, brown hair and brown eyes, weighs 190 pounds and is five feet 11 inches.

It is alleged Beaudry has committed the following offences, which subsequently resulted in two warrants for his arrest:

•break and enter with intent

•obstructing justice

•uttering threats

•three counts of breaching a recognizance

Beaudry has a criminal history, including violent and sexual offence, and has also been known to use weapons. Past victims include adult females.

If Beaudry’s whereabouts is known please contact your local police detachment or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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