March’s Most Wanted Crime Stopper

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You can help the police find Winnipeg’s most wanted people.

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Take a look at Winnipeg Crime Stoppers’ most searched sites in March. You could get money for tips leading to an arrest.

Two of the seven most wanted people this month are people Winnipeg police say are actively pursuing in various criminal investigations.

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Buchannan Eyolfson is serving his second federal sentence of two years and eight months for possession of a restricted/prohibited firearm with ammunition and possession of a weapon contrary to a prohibition order, police said.

Eyolfson began his statutory release on December 24, 2021, and on February 2, a Canada-wide warrant was issued after it was discovered that he had violated the conditions of his release.

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Winnipeg police have made multiple attempts to locate Jamie Baker in regards to breaching bail conditions with negative results, police said. As a result, two arrest warrants have been issued against him in connection with these investigations.

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Jamie Baker: Two terms.
Jamie Baker: Two terms. Photo by Handout/Winnipeg Police Service /Winnipeg Sun

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Delmar Hill is serving his first federal sentence of three years and five months for unauthorized possession of a firearm, possession for the purpose of trafficking and breach of recognizance.

Hill began his statutory release on Jan. 28 and on Feb. 10 a Canada-wide warrant was issued after it was discovered he had violated the conditions of his release, police said.

Delmar Hill: Guns, drug trafficking.
Delmar Hill: Guns, drug trafficking. Photo by Handout/Winnipeg Police Service /Winnipeg Sun

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Winnipeg police have made multiple attempts to locate Jason Roorda in relation to probation breach investigations with negative results, police said. As a result, two arrest warrants have been issued against Roorda in connection with these investigations.

Jason Roorda: Two terms.
Jason Roorda: Two terms. Photo by Handout/Winnipeg Police Service /Winnipeg Sun

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Elijah Archibald was arrested for multiple criminal offenses and later released on several conditions, including appearing in court as instructed, police said. On September 14, 2020 and May 6, 2021, a total of three arrest warrants were issued against Archibald for breaching several of these conditions.

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Elijah Archibald: Multiple criminal offences.
Elijah Archibald: Multiple criminal offences. Photo by Handout/Winnipeg Police Service /Winnipeg Sun

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Samantha Stevenson is serving her first two-year federal sentence for robbery with a fake firearm and possession of ammunition while prohibited, police said.

Stevenson began her statutory release on October 7, 2021, and on December 3, a Canada-wide warrant was issued after it was discovered that she had violated the conditions of her release.

Samantha Stevenson: Theft with a fake firearm.
Samantha Stevenson: Theft with a fake firearm. Photo by Handout/Winnipeg Police Service /Winnipeg Sun

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Walter Francis was arrested for multiple criminal offenses and then released with several conditions that he must respect. On Jan. 4, two arrest warrants were issued for Francis for failing to meet several of those conditions, police said.

Walter Francis: Two arrest warrants.
Walter Francis: Two arrest warrants. Photo by Handout/Winnipeg Police Service /Winnipeg Sun

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If you have information about these or other crimes, call Winnipeg Crime Stoppers at 204-786-8477 (TIPS) to call an anonymous tip or text “TIP170” and message CRIMES (274637) .

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