Sometimes, it’s not good to be wanted

Being wanted on or near Valentine’s Day is a charm for most, but for the following individuals, being wanted likely didn’t hold much appeal.
Police picked up three males wanted on warrants, returning them to where they were wanted.
Barrie police were contacted by Toronto cops regarding an 18-year-old male they had arrested on Tuesday, who was wanted in Barrie to answer to a number of charges, including two counts of fail to appear, prowl by night, theft, two counts of possession of stolen property, and possession of break-in tools.
He was transported to Barrie and held for a bail hearing.
On Monday, city police “located a suspicious male” and discovered he was wanted by Hamilton police for fail to appear, and fail to comply – Christopher Law.
The male, 30, was out on Barrie charges for fail to comply – Christopher’s Law, unauthorized possession of a weapon, two counts of obstruct police, two counts of possession of drugs for the purpose of trafficking, and two counts of fail to comply – undertaking.
Hamilton police made a visit to Barrie to return the male to the location where he is wanted.
Also on Monday, police located a male, 42, who was wanted on two separate warrants. He was arrested for three counts of utter forged document, and two counts of possession of stolen property. He faces a future court date.

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