RCMP looking for needed individual after truck accident in Beaver river

Brian Xavier. (Submitted photograph/RCMP)

A person from Dillon is being searched by the RCMP after a girl’s physique was retrieved from the Beaver River in late August.

In keeping with the RCMP, authorities at Meadow Lake responded to experiences of a truck being submerged within the river on August 24. When police arrived, a person was standing on prime of the truck, and he was pulled from the river and brought to the hospital. For remedy.

The truck was pulled out of the water with the assistance of heavy gear operators. Inside, police discovered a lifeless 20-year-old girl from the Dillon space, in addition to a loaded handgun.

After a prolonged investigation into the circumstances of the accident, police charged Brian Xavier, 36, with dying because of harmful driving, poor driving, holding a firearm within the automobile, unsafe storage of a firearm, and a number of other different gun costs.

“A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Brian Janvier,” the RCMP stated in an announcement. “Investigators are actively making an attempt to hint him and are asking members of the general public to offer details about his whereabouts.”

Janvier’s peak was reported to be 6 foot-1 and weight 220 kilos. He has brown hair and brown eyes, in addition to a outstanding tattoo on his cheek and a lacking tooth, the RCMP stated.

“In case you see Brian Janvier, do not strategy him,” the RCMP stated.

Any sightings might be reported to the RCMP, and anonymously reported via Crime Stoppers.

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