STOLEN TRUCK & TRAILER LANDS TWO IN JAIL
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(KENORA, ON) – On November 9th, 2018 a Ford F150 and a trailer were reported stolen from Manitoba and was seen headed east on Highway 17 on November 10th, 2018 around 1:00 pm.

The Ontario Provincial Police were informed of the stolen truck/trailer and had their eyes peeled for the suspect vehicle which was said to have been missing both license plates on the truck.

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Allegations are that officers from the Kenora OPP spotted the vehicle and attempted to pull the truck over. The driver did not stop for police and a short pursuit unfolded. Police eventually made the arrest.

Appearing in a Thunder Bay bail court, via telephone from the Ontario Provincial Police detachment in Kenora, Ontario is 30-year-old Tylor John Clement and 29-year-old Jeffrey Thomas Robert Lackner.

Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Anna Gibbon is presiding, along with Crown Attorney Franceline Auclair and duty counsel lawyer Aranka Golphy.

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Clement (pictued above) is facing the following charges, resulting from the incident:

  • Failing to comply with a probation order (keep the peace and be of good behaviour) x2
  • Obstruct police investigation regarding a stolen vehicle by evading arrest
  • Possession of stolen property exceeding $5000 (2019 Ford F150)
  • Possession of stolen property exceeding $5000 (2009 hut trailer)

Lackner (pictured above) is facing the following criminal code charges which stem from the same incident:

  • Failure to stop for police as soon as reasonable
  • Failure to comply with a probation order (keep the peace and be of good behaviour)
  • Possession of stolen property exceeding $5000 (2019 Ford F150)
  • Possession of stolen property exceeding $5000 (2009 hut trailer)
  • Obstruct police investigation regarding a stolen vehicle by evading arrest

The Crown is opposed to both men’s release, citing concerns on both the primary and secondary grounds.

Primary grounds indicate that the Crown believes the likelihood for the accused to show up for court is substantially low. Secondary grounds tell us that the Crown believes that the possibility of the accused to re-offend or become a public safety concern is substantial.

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Duty counsel requests both men be remanded into custody until November 13th, 2018, where they will appear in a Kenora bail court.

Both men are sent back into their jail cells at the OPP station, where they will wait to be transported to the Kenora District Jail.

SOME HISTORY ON TYLOR JOHN CLEMENT

Ontario Provincial Police were called to the Balmer Motor Inn in Red Lake on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017, after a complaint was lodged regarding a specific room.

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Upon their arrival, police located and seized illegal drugs along with drug paraphernalia.

 

Police say that then 28-year-old Tylor John Clement and then a 26-year-old  were charged with:

  • Possession of a controlled substance (Methamphetamine)

The two were said to have been residents of Fort Frances at the time and were scheduled to appear in a Red Lake courtroom on April 20th(420) to answer to the charges.

SOME HISTORY ON JEFFREY THOMAS ROBERT LACKNER

In December of 2009, the Dryden Police Service responded to a disturbance which resulted in Lackner being arrested.

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At the time, Lackner was on an undertaking from Manitoba, which means he was on bail regarding charges that came to be in Manitoba.

On January 20th, 2018, The Dryden Police Service laid charges against 3 people regarding stolen license plates and methamphetamine possession.

Police say they stopped a car on Highway 17 that was westbound regarding a traffic related offence. Police ran the plates after the car was stopped and were notified that they were stolen.

Immediately after this information came to light, police arrested the three occupants of the vehicle and an undisclosed amount of methamphetamine was seized.

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During a search of the vehicle, another pair of stolen license plates from Manitoba were located. The vehicle that was stopped was not stolen.

Then 29-year-old Richard Halvorson of Kenora was charged with:

  • Possession of stolen property under $5000
  • Failure to comply with probation

Halverson was soon released afterwards on an undertaking and was scheduled to appear in a Dryden courtroom on February 26th, 2018. (if anyone has photos of Halverson, please email them to contactus@trcctb.com )

Jeffrey Thomas Robert Lackner, then 28-year-old and a resident of Ear Falls was charged with:

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  • Possession of stolen property under $5000
  • Breach of bail conditions (recognizance)
  • Some Highway Traffic Act offences

Lackner was also released on an undertaking and was scheduled to appear in a Dryden courtroom on February 5th, 2018.

22-year-old Ashley Georgeson (pictured above), from Stonewall, Manitoba was also charged with:

  • Possession of stolen property under $5000
  • Possession of methamphetamine
  • Numerous Highway Traffic Act offences related to licensing and registration

Georgeson was also released shortly after on an undertaking and was scheduled to appear in a Dryden courtroom on February 5th, 2018.

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