Justin Tyler Pichoch (left) and Gerald Isnardy, wanted on B.C.-wide warrants have been located in Williams Lake. Photo submitted

UPDATE: RCMP locate two men on outstanding warrants

Justin Tyler Pichoch and Gerald Isnardy were located in Williams Lake

Update:

Two men wanted on B.C.-wide warrants and believed to be living in the Williams Lake have been located.

Justin Tyler Pichoch and Gerald Isnardy were both located in Williams Lake while police were on patrol — one of them last week, the other on Sunday, March 10, confirmed Dave Dickson, manager of community safety with the Williams Lake RCMP detachment.

Pichoch was scheduled to appear in Williams Lake Provincial Court on Monday, March 11 and Isnardy is scheduled to appear on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.

Pichoch is charged with one count of theft under $5,000.

Isnardy is charged with one count of assault with a weapon and one count of assault causing bodily harm.

Original story:

Police are asking the public’s assistance locating two men on outstanding B.C.-wide warrants.

RCMP Insp. Jeff Pelley, Officer in Charge of the Williams Lake Detachment, said Justin Tyler Pichoch and Gerald Isnardy are believed to be living in the Williams Lake area.

Anyone with information about their whereabouts they are encouraged to contact the RCMP at 250-392-6211 or anonymously call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Crime Stoppers also subscribes to web tips at www.bccrimestoppers.com.



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