OPP arrest two individuals wanted for outstanding warrants
Updated at 9:30am June 21st.
Ontario Provincial Police have arrested two individuals who were wanted on outstanding warrants in relation to recent theft and fail to stop for police occurrences in Huron, Bruce, and Perth Counties.
Last night with the assistance of OPP Aviation Services members from the OPP Tactics and Rescue Unit & Emergency Response Team arrested both individuals that were subject to a wanted person media release issued yesterday afternoon by Huron County OPP.
Pacey Feddes, 21 years of age from Bruce County and Matthew Charlton, 37 years of age, also from Bruce County were arrested without incident in the City of London.
Both individuals remain in custody on their outstanding warrants.
The Huron County OPP have put out a notice regarding two wanted individuals.
Investigators with the OPP are asking the public to keep an eye out for the two individuals who are wanted on outstanding warrants in relation to recent theft and fail to stop for police occurrences in Huron, Bruce, and Perth Counties. The first individual is 21-year-old Pacey Feddes of Bruce County who is wanted for the offence of Possession of Stolen Property Over $5,000 and Fail to Comply with a Probation Order. The accused is described as a white male about 5′ 9″, 135 pounds, thin build, with brown eyes and brown hair. He is known to frequent Grey-Bruce, Huron & Perth counties.
Police are also actively attempting to locate 37-year-old Matthew Charlton who also hails from Bruce County. South Bruce OPP has an outstanding warrant for Failing to Comply with a Probation Order. Additionally, Hanover Police Service holds an arrest warrant for Charlton on several outstanding offences. He is described as a white male, about 6′ 1″, 185 pounds, medium build, shaved head with brown eyes. He is known to frequent Grey-Bruce and Huron Counties.
Police are requesting anyone who may have information on the whereabouts of these two individuals to immediately contact the OPP or Crime Stoppers.