Violent Penticton man wanted on warrants

Police are asking the public not to engage Jessy Arthur Michaud who is known to be violent and possess weapons.

Jessy Arthur Michaud

Police are asking for assistance in the execution of outstanding warrants for “violent” Penticton man Jessy Arthur Michaud.

Michaud has three outstanding warrants for his arrest as of July 17. He is a 46-year-old Caucasian male, 5’9’’ tall, weighing 161 lbs and has brown hair and blue eyes.

Penticton RCMP consider Michaud to be violent and say his is known to possess weapons and is considered to be a risk to public safety. They are asking the public not to approach Michaud and call 911 immediately if he is spotted.

Those looking to provide information can also contact CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


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