Arnold Louette Alexis
Wanted on Canada-wide warrant for attempted murder.
On November 25 1978, Vernon RCMP responded to a call to investigate a domestic violence complaint. Upon arrival, the female victim was found lying on the balcony of her home. The victim, later identified as Alexis common law spouse, had been stabbed several times in the forehead and back area. An 8-inch butcher knife was recovered at the scene. Police have three witnesses who observed Alexis commit the stabbing. Alexis fled the scene and has never since been located. The victim recovered from her injuries and a Canada-Wide Warrant was issued for Alexis, who is believed to have relocated to Washington State (possibly Omac County) and is known to have re-entered Canada on occasion via the Osoyoos border crossing.
Working in conjunction with Vernon RCMP and International Operations Branch, RCMP.
Considered to be:
- Armed and dangerous