Quesnel man flees police, warrant issued

The 22-year-old fled from police Friday night, after resisting arrest and jumping out a third-storey balcony.

Shadow Darrell LaFlamme is wanted by Quesnel RCMP.

A warrant has been issued for Quesnel resident Shadow Darrell LaFlamme.

The 22-year-old fled from police Friday night, after resisting arrest and jumping out a third-storey balcony.

Shortly after 8 p.m. Nov. 2, RCMP were called to an apartment in the 1200 block of Lark Avenue on an unrelated matter.

Upon arrival, police located and arrested LaFlamme for possession of a controlled substance. The arresting officer attempted to apprehend the suspect but he resisted arrest.

A struggle ensued which ended when LaFlamme fled the apartment out of a third storey balcony striking his arm and leg on a second floor balcony before landing on the ground. He then fled the scene on foot.

LaFlamme is currently wanted for possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking, aAssaulting a police officer, being unlawfully in a dwelling house, possession of stolen property and trespassing at night.

LaFlamme is approximately 5’8″ and 145 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with any information, call 250-992-9211 immediately.


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