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Canadians nabbed in border incident were on most wanted lists
The two Canadians apprehended this week in connection with the crossborder drugsmuggling incident and manhunt were both on Crime Stoppers most wanted list prior to their arrests.
Nathan John Hall, 35, was wanted by Kelowna RCMP for three counts of breaching his conditions and one count of theft under $5,000.
Jeffrey Robert Laviolette, 37, was wanted for suspension of his national parole. He was on the list for Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers, starting in November 2012.
Hall has an extensive criminal record in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley, according to the provincial court database.
He has prior convictions for dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, driving while disqualified, resisting a police officer, assault, possession of stolen property, failing to stop at an accident and mischief.
Halls crimes occurred in communities including Abbotsford, Port Coquitlam, Surrey, Delta, Burnaby and Vancouver.
Laviolette was convicted of 11 robbery charges that occurred in Surrey in November and December 2007, as well as one in Burnaby in October of that year.
The following September, he was sentenced to a fiveyear jail term, minus 18 months credit for time served. on Tuesday morning when they were spotted by border agents.
Both fled, and Hall allegedly fired gunshots at the agents.
Laviolette is now in custody in the federal detention centre in Seattle, Wash. He has been charged with conspiring to distribute ecstasy and possession of ecstasy with intent to distribute, as were two Americans Kali Marie Henifin, 26, and Ryan Lambert, 31 of Bellingham.
Henifin and Lambert together in photo at left were allegedly picking up the drugs from Hall and Laviolette, with plans to transport the ecstasy to San Francisco for $11,000, the court documents state.
Hall remains in custody in Abbotsford, but has not yet been charged in relation to the border incident.
Const. Ian MacDonald said police expect to present their evidence package to Crown counsel this week. Crown will then determine what charges will be approved, and that can take up to several weeks.