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Woman Held Against Will in Vehicle in Cold Lake First Nations

Two people have been arrested and one remains at large after a woman was forcibly held against her will inside a vehicle on the Cold Lake First Nations.

Cold Lake RCMP responded to a call of distress from the victim on the 15th. Police eventually figured out that she was being held in a vehicle by three other people who threatened and assaulted her.

Two of the suspects were apprehended and charged with assault and forcible confinement. 24-year-old Tessa Urlacher was released on $1500 no cash bail and 28-year-old Charmaine Sharphead  has been remanded. Both will appear in court July 27th.

Kelly Joeseph George Janvier however, has not been captured. A warrant is out for his arrest.

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If you know the whereabouts of Janvier, contact the Cold Lake Detachment 780-594-3302 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

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