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CanadaOttawa police find wanted man after more than 5 years

17:51  07 august  2019
17:51  07 august  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

Canada-wide warrant issued for missing high-risk Vancouver sex offender

Canada-wide warrant issued for missing high-risk Vancouver sex offender Dale Rolland Alexander is being considered unlawfully at large after failing to return to his halfway house in the city Thursday. READ MORE: High-risk sex offender wanted in Vancouver Police say the 47-year-old is a two-time federal offender who has completed a jail sentence for sexual assault, kidnapping and uttering threats. His release came with a long-term supervision order requiring him to live at the halfway house. Police say Alexander was last seen Thursday morning and his whereabouts are unknown. Alexander is Metis, about five-foot-10 and 175 pounds, with a shaved head, blue eyes and glasses.

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A former family lawyer wanted for sexual assault allegations for more than five years was arrested over the weekend following his entry into the country on an international flight that landed in Vancouver.

John David Coon, 55, was wanted by Ottawa police for allegations of sexual assault, sexual interference and invitation to sexual touching involving a minor.

A warrant for his arrest was issued in early 2014. Police said at the time he was on the job when the alleged incident happened.

Coon practiced law at Addelman Baum Gilbert on Albert Street before he left the country.

At the time, lawyer Jason Gilbert said Coon left the firm in late November or early December of 2013. He said he was under the impression that Coon was simply "folding up" his law practice.

Investigators said they believe there may be more victims involved and are asking them to come forward.

Coon is expected to appear in court by video on Wednesday.

Armed fugitive on run after allegedly shooting woman, stealing police car near Toronto.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police are looking for an armed fugitive on the run after allegedly shooting a woman, stealing a cruiser and taking off west of Toronto. Peel Regional Police say Michael Cleghorn is wanted for attempted murder from the alleged shooting that occurred around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Mississauga, Ont. They say they found Cleghorn in a residential area where an altercation occurred. The Special Investigations Unit says a Peel regional officer shot at the man after he stole a squad car. They say the 31-year-old man was hurt at some point. Police say the man abandoned the cruiser a short distance away when he allegedly stole a second vehicle and fled.

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