RCMP in Williams Lake are seeking the public’s help in locating five suspects wanted on BC-wide warrants.
Janine Alphonse, Jamie Haller, Darcy L’Hirdonelle, and Dustin McKeeman are all wanted on charges ranging from drug trafficking, theft, and possession of stolen property.
23-year-old Michael Drynock remains wanted for two counts of attempted murder and kidnapping in relation to an incident on Friday, Aug. 9 at the Rudy Johnson bridge.
He is also wanted on other charges including unauthorized possession of a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose.
Drynock is considered to be armed and dangerous.
Further descriptions are as follows:
33-year-old Janine Emma Alphonse
- wanted for trafficking a controlled substance and possessing a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking
- described as an Indigenous female, 5’7″ (170cm), 190lb (86kg)
- has longer than shoulder-length black hair
24-year-old Jamie Jeanine Haller
- wanted for four counts of theft under $5000
- described as an Indigenous female, 5’3″ (160cm), with shoulder-length brown hair
30-year-old Darcy Kristopher L’Hirondelle
- wanted for possession of stolen property under $5000
- described as a Caucasian male, 6’0″ (183cm), 241lbs (110kg)
- has short brown hair and often has facial hair
38-year-old Dustin Llyod McKeeman
- wanted for two counts of possessing a controlled substance and for theft under $5000
- described as a Caucasian male, 6’0″ (183cm), 161lbs (73kg)
- has short dirty blonde hair and often has facial hair
23-year-old Michael Drynock
- wanted for two count of carrying a concealed weapon and two counts of possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose, possession of a firearm
knowing the possession is unauthorized, and possess a firearm while prohibited. He is also wanted for two counts of attempted murder and two counts of kidnapping
- described as an Indigenous male, 5’5″ (165cm), 126lbs (57kg)
- has short dark hair.
- Drynock is considered to be armed and dangerous.
Anyone with further information is asked to contact Williams Lake RCMP or Crime Stoppers.