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* Kenroy Roach, alias ‘Ticka’, of Hampton district, who is wanted for murder.

* Romaine Thorpe, otherwise called ‘Dutchman’, of Lilliput, who is wanted for murder.

* Oran Dunn, alias called ‘Mike’, of Paradise in Norwood, who is wanted for murder.

* Leon Higgins, alias ‘Foota’, of Rose Heights, who is wanted for murder.

* Shaquille Brown of William Street in Montego Bay, who is wanted for murder.

* Shane Morgan, otherwise called ‘Okay’, of Upper Kings Street in Montego Bay, who is wanted for murder.

* Joshua ‘Josh’ Anderson of Norwood Heights who is wanted for murder.

Commanding officer for St James Superintendent Carlos Russell is appealing to the men to turn themselves in by this afternoon.

He is also appealing to persons who may know the whereabouts of the wanted men or can assist the police with information that could lead to their arrest to come forward.

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Victim A ‘talented Artist’

Soroka was described in 2017 by Saskatoon Crime Stoppers as “a travelling thief” who was wanted for several convenience store thefts in both Alberta and Saskatchewan.

In November 2014, Soroka was arrested and charged with eight poppy box thefts in Alberta.

Castle was born in Regina and adopted when he was just over a year old, according to his obituary.

“He was a kind and delightful child full of curiosity and energy, but struggled with substance abuse much of his life,” reads the online obit.

“He was a talented artist and a generous friend to others in his times of recovery. Aaron will be remembered for his winning smile and strength in adversity.”

Initially, police were looking for Cody Edith Bradburn, 33, and Zach Zorn, who also goes by the name “Boston.”

Police say both have since come forward and spoken with investigators.

Anyone with information about Soroka is asked to contact the police non-emergency line at 403-266-1234 or the homicide unit tip line at 403-428-8877.

Tips can also be submitted anonymously to Crime Stoppers.

Texas Fugitives Still Wanted

Although the following subjects no longer appear on the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives and Sex Offenders posters, they remain wanted fugitives. The reward amounts posted will still be honored for information that leads to an arrest. These individuals are wanted by federal, state, and/or local agencies throughout the state of Texas and, in some cases, in other states or countries.

To be eligible for the cash rewards, tipsters must provide information to authorities using one of the following methods: Call the Texas Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-252-TIPS Submit a web tip through the Texas 10 Most Wanted website or Facebook page Submit a tip through the DPS Mobile App All tips are anonymous regardless of how they are submitted, and tipsters will be provided a tip number instead of using a name. Callers anonymity is guaranteed by law and you could earn up to the CASH REWARD amount listed for each fugitive. These fugitives should be considered Armed and Dangerous! Never try to apprehend a fugitive yourself.

Although the following subjects no longer appear on the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives and Sex Offenders posters, they remain wanted fugitives. The reward amounts posted will still be honored for information that leads to an arrest. These individuals are wanted by federal, state, and/or local agencies throughout the state of Texas and, in some cases, in other states or countries.

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Arrest Warrant Issued For London Ont Man In Human Trafficking Investigation

London police are asking for the publics help after three men were charged following a human trafficking investigation.

Police said, in a release on Wednesday, a woman from Whitby was speaking with a man through social media, in May and agreed to meet him in Scarborough.

While driving her home, the woman realized he was taking her to a different location. During the car ride he showed her a gun and threatened her if she did not comply with his demands.

From June 5 to June 18 the man told the victim to go to several locations outside of London where she was allegedly sexually assaulted.

Police said the victim was then threatened and forced to perform sexual acts in London. She was allegedly sexually assaulted by two other men who forced her into human trafficking.

The woman was able to escape in late June and thats when police say they were contacted.

Justin Steven Adams, 35, Matthew Parris-Cassidy, 32, both of London, and Jonathan Drummond, 37, of no fixed address, have been jointly charged with the following offences:

  • Trafficking in persons by recruiting/exercising control
  • Financial/material benefit/trafficking person over 18
  • Forcible confinement
  • Material benefit from sexual services and
  • Procuring/recruit person to provide sexual services

According to police, Drummond was arrested Wednesday afternoon. Adams was also arrested and remains in custody. Parris-Cassidy remains outstanding.

Tsuut’ina Police Seek Wanted Man Believed Armed And Dangerous

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The Tosguna Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service is asking for tips from the public regarding the whereabouts of a suspect believed to be armed and dangerous.

Police officials say Billy Crowshoe is wanted on several outstanding warrants on charges including pointing a firearm and possessing a weapon while prohibited.

Crowshoe may present a risk to the public and anyone who spots him is encouraged to contact 911 immediately and not approach him.

The wanted man is known to drive a red Dodge Ram pickup truck with Alberta licence plate CDV 8419.

Tips regarding Crowshoe’s location may be submitted to the police service at 403-271-3777 or anonymous tips may be sent to Crime Stoppers.

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Calgary Fugitive Is No 3 On New Canadian Most Wanted List

A fugitive wanted by Calgary police has been placed near the top of a new national most-wanted list aimed at generating tips and leads for investigators.

Kier Bryan Granado, 25, ranks No. 3 on the Bolo Programs most-wanted list in Canada.

Granado is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for first-degree murder in relation to the Dec. 13, 2015, shooting death of Hussein Merhi, 26, in Monterey Park.

A $100,000 reward for information leading to his arrest was already in place before he made the list. That reward will expire July 20.

All of the top five most wanted on the list have significant cash rewards for tips leading to their arrest. The largest reward of $250,000 is for the top ranked fugitive on the list, Abilaziz Mohamed, who is wanted by the Toronto Police Service in relation to a murder in that city.

The Bolo Program, which stands for be on the lookout, was launched in 2018 with the goal of using social media and other media amplification techniques to bring Canadas most wanted to justice.

Bolo Program director Max Langlois said the group works separately from but in partnership with police forces and Crime Stoppers across Canada. The money for the rewards comes from the Stéphan Crétier Foundation and is distributed by Crime Stoppers.

Winnipeg Police Searching For Suspect Wanted In Two Homicides

Officers with the Winnipeg Police Service are searching for a suspect who is wanted in two homicides.

On Thursday, police said they issued a warrant for second-degree murder for Leah Carol Clifton, 34, in the death of Doris Lydia Trout, 25.

Trouts body was found in the common area of an apartment building in the 400 block of Kennedy Street in May.

Police note that Clifton is also wanted for the February 2022 homicide of Heather Beardy, who was found dead in the 400 block of Furby Street.

Cliftons current location remains unknown and police are asking the public for help in determining her whereabouts. Officers say she is actively evading police.

Police describe Clifton as five-foot-six, 140 to 150 pounds, with a medium build. She has a tattoo that says RIP DEAN on the right side of her neck. Officers note she is known to change her appearance, including her hair colour.

Officers are reminding the public that Clifton is considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached.

Clifton is one of two suspects in Trouts death, with homicide investigators arresting and charging Meagan Leigh Beaulieu, 27, for second-degree murder in the death of the 25-year-old woman. Beaulieu has also been charged with failure to attend court and failure to comply with a probation order,

The charges against Clifton and Beaulieu have not been proven in court.

According to Const. Claude Chancy of the Winnipeg Police Service said the suspects were involved with the drug subculture.

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Regina Police Looking For Man Wanted On Charges Related To Drug Trafficking Operation

The Regina Police Service is asking the public for help in locating a 44-year-old Regina man who is wanted for multiple charges related to a drug trafficking operation.

On June 23, the police conducted enforcement on three people and several addresses in Regina, following an investigation into a drug trafficking operation in the city.

Five search warrants were executed by police seizing a significant amount of cash and drugs, including:

  • 10 Kilograms of cocaine
  • other proceeds of crime, including motorcycles.

As a result, three people are facing multiple charges:

  • 38-year-old Michael Peter Gilewicz of Regina
  • 47-year-old Ryan Charles Quick of Regina and
  • 44-year-old Trevor Shaun Dietz of Regina.

Dietz, a member of the Silent Soldiers outlaw motorcycle gang, is currently wanted in relation to this investigation.

Anyone with information that could assist police in locating Dietz is asked to contact the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Couple Wanted For Murder Apprehended By Police

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BRANTFORD Police say the couple accused in the murder of a Brantford man have been arrested.

Rorey Grant Tyler Hill and Jessica Elizabeth Poreba were arrested Tuesday evening without incident.

The pair are accused of first degree murder in the death of 68 year old George Russell Hitchon.

On July 22, police responded to a death investigation at a multiple unit building on Colborne Street near Drummond Street. A 68 year old male victim, now identified as Hitchon, was located deceased. On July 25, police issued warrants for Poreba and Hill for first degree murder and said the victim and the accused were known each other.

Officials did not identify the manner of death in the case.

According to the pairs social media accounts they are romantically connected. Hill lists himself as the owner of Green Dreams, an illegal cannabis dispensary on Chiefswood Road that was shut down by Six Nations Police in 2019. Two men were charged in that incident. No listing of Hill being charged in connection to that dispensary was made public at that time.

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Police Identify Additional Suspect In Etobicoke Shooting That Left Two Dead

Toronto police have identified another suspect wanted in connection with a triple shooting in Etobicoke that left two people dead back in January.

Officers were called to an industrial complex at 150 Thirtieth Street, near Lake Shore Boulevard West, at around 8:45 p.m. on January 3.

Officers arrived to find two men suffering from gunshot wounds and an injured woman nearby.

Both men were rushed to hospital, where one of them was pronounced dead. The second man succumbed to his injuries the following day.

Police have since identified the two men who died as 24-year-old Minyali Wur of Mississauga and 20-year-old Chudier Reat of Mississauga.

The woman was transported to hospital where she was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

Back on Jan. 31, police identified 21-year-old Darriel Thompson of Mississauga as a suspect in the case and said he was being sought for two counts of second-degree murder and one count of attempted murder.

They said they were also looking for 21-year-old Camarr Brown of Brampton for accessory after the fact.

Police said Monday that Brown was still at large, but clarified a day later that on July 1 he was charged with accessory after the fact to murder and is no longer being sought.

Police said Monday that they are now looking for another suspect identified as 32-year-old Philip Grant of Peel Region. Police said Grant is wanted for second-degree murder in connection with the case and they are asking for the publics help in locating him.

Police Warn To Not Approach Wanted Man Who Failed To Return To Prison

Officiers are advising the public not to approach this wanted man who did not return to prison.

Jon Marc Stephens, 36, failed to return to HMP Leyhill in South Gloucestershire on Wednesday having been released on temporary licence, Avon and Somerset Police have said.

He is known to have been in the Severn Beach area until around 1pm on Wednesday. Stephens was wearing black clothing and a fluorescent tabard at the time and has links to the South Wales area.

If you see Stephens dont approach but call 999 quoting reference 5222198207.

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Sudbury Police Arrest Man Wanted In Frood Road Stabbing

The man wanted for attempted murder in connection with a double-stabbing earlier this month on Frood Road has been arrested, Sudbury police say.

This comes just hours after Greater Sudbury Police Service released a photo and a description of the suspect on Wednesday.

An arrest warrant was issued for Derreck Elliot, 29, who is charged with attempted murder, assault, forcible confinement, choking, uttering threats and dangerous weapons.

The charges stem from an incident last week in the city’s Donovan area where a 51-year-old man staggered out of a residence and flagged down a police officer.

“The man explained that he had been involved in an altercation with another man while inside a residence on Frood Road and as a result of the altercation he had been stabbed,” police said.

He was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries.

While police were canvassing in the area of Jean Street and Burton Avenue, they were approached by another man who said the suspect had just fled the area.

” advised that he was inside the residence at the time of the incident and that he was also physically assaulted by the same person,” police said.

“The 54-year-old man sustained minor injuries as a result of the altercation.”

Police said they believe it was a targeted incident and the individuals involved are known to each other.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 705-675-9171 or Crime Stoppers at 705-222-8477.

Saint John Police Seek Man Wanted On Canada

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Police in Saint John, N.B., are looking for a man who is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant.

A warrant was issued on Wednesday for the arrest of 34-year-old William Hayward, who is accused of breaching the conditions of his statutory release.

The Saint John Police Force says Hayward had been living at a community correctional centre in the city.

Hayward is serving a two-year sentence for robbery, three counts of failing to comply with probation, and two counts for offences under the Motor Vehicle Act.

He is described as five-foot-nine and 230 pounds, with blue eyes and blond hair.

Hayward also has numerous tattoos:

  • an eye on his left thigh
  • a cross and skull on his left leg
  • neck tattoos, including the word GREED
  • HAYWARD on his back
  • an AK-47 on his right leg
  • skulls, flames and tribal tattoos on his left arm
  • KARMA on his abdomen
  • a Chinese symbol on his right forearm
  • a dragon and tribal tattoos on his right thigh
  • dragons and demons on his right arm

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact the Saint John Police Force at 1-506-648-3333 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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St James Police Name 10 Most Wanted Men

The police in St James have named 10 of the parish’s most wanted men.

Being sought are:

* Tadjay Clarke, otherwise called ‘Fat Head’, of Salt Spring, who is wanted for a triple murder.

* Christopher Campbell, otherwise called ‘Big Foot’, of Norwood, who is wanted for a double murder.

* Oshane ‘Motumbo’ Earle of Lottery and Spring Gardens, who is wanted for murder.

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