Women rule Crime Stoppers’ Most Wanted list

Lest you think all of Crime Stoppers’ Most Wanted are male, this month there are six women being actively pursued by police. As always, Crime Stoppers is looking to turn your tips the ones that result in arrests, anyway into cash, so call in if you’ve seen these suspects.

Elizabeth Dumas, 43, was convicted of assault with a weapon and entered into a probation order. Dumas breached her conditions on Dec. 23, 2015, which has resulted in a warrant being issued for her arrest.

Judy Thomas, 27, was arrested in April 2015 for assault with a weapon, and later released on a recognizance with conditions.cheap nfl jerseys In September 2015, police conducted a curfew check as set out in Thomas’ conditions, and found that she wasn’t there and was no longer living where she was required. Here current whereabouts are unknown, and there is a warrant issued for her arrest.

Police are currently looking for Katelyn Thompson, 19, who was bound by a probation order with a condition to abstain from alcohol. Police have learned that she has breached her order. Her current whereabouts is unknown, and a warrant is in effect for her arrest.

Leah Clifton was arrested and charged with theft under $5,000 after a shoplifting incident that took place on Dec. 23, 2015. Clifton, 28, was later released for a future court date of Feb. 16, 2016. Clifton failed to appear for court and subsequently a warrant for her arrest has been issued.

Linda McDoughall, 38, is currently wanted and being sought by police for gaining to comply with a condition of her recognizance in relation to her manslaughter charge. Her current whereabouts is unknown and a warrant has been issued.

Linda Munroe was arrested for shoplifting and later released for a future court date. Munroe, 43, failed to attend court as required and a warrant was issued way back in September 2014.

Byron Dignard, 29, received a three year prison sentence when he was convicted of weapons/firearms offences. He became eligible for early release on Dec. 22, 2014, but had his release cancelled by Feb. 12, 2015 when it was learned he was in breach of his conditions. A Canada wide warrant has been issued.

Dylan Degrace, 24, was charged and convicted of assault with a weapon and got two years of incarceration. He was granted statutory release on Nov. 9, 2015 but had breached his conditions by Dec. 1, 2015. His release was cancelled and a Canada wide warrant was issued for his arrest.

Have you seen these suspects or wanted individuals?

CALL: Crime Stoppers toll free at 204 786 8477 (TIPS).

TEXT: plus your message to CRIMES (274637).

Lest you think all of Crime Stoppers’ Most Wanted are male, this month there are six women being actively pursued by police. As always, Crime Stoppers is looking to turn your tips the ones that result in arrests, anyway into cash, so call in if you’ve seen these suspects.

Elizabeth Dumas, 43, was convicted of assault with a weapon and entered into a probation order. Dumas breached her conditions on Dec. 23, 2015, which has resulted in a warrant being issued for her arrest.

Judy Thomas, 27, was arrested in April 2015 for assault with a weapon, and later released on a recognizance with conditions. In September 2015, police conducted a curfew check as set out in Thomas’ conditions, and found that she wasn’t there and was no longer living where she was required. Here current whereabouts are unknown, and there is a warrant issued for her arrest.

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