The Greater Sudbury Police Service has an outstanding warrant for the arrest of Guy Seguin.
It is alleged that on Feb. 6, Seguin, 54, was seen driving an SUV and pulling a trailer while on numerous licence suspensions. In addition, the plates on the vehicle were not registered to that vehicle.
Officers attempted to stop Seguin at Notre Dame Avenue and Kathleen Street, but he sped away, police allege. Police chose not to pursue him due to the potential danger to traffic and pedestrians.
The vehicle was seen turning onto Lasalle Boulevard at high speed, causing the trailer to swing across the lanes and over the centre median. The trailer was located unattached to the vehicle a few blocks away on a side street with its contents on the street. The truck was found abandoned a few blocks further. The truck was not registered to the accused; the trailer was stolen and was not road-worthy, police alleged.
He is wanted for dangerous operation; flight from police; five counts of operation while prohibited; theft under $5,000; possession of property obtained by crime; two counts of driving while under suspension; using a plate not authorized for the vehicle; no validation on the plate; failure to apply for a permit on becoming an owner; unsafe vehicle; having an unsecure load; improper means of attachment; and owning or operating a vehicle on a highway with no insurance.
Police don’t know where Seguin is.
Seguin was born on Aug. 12, 1965. He is 5-foot-10 and weighs about 180 lbs. He has brown hair and hazel eyes.
If you know where he is, you are urged to call the Crime Stoppers tip line toll-free at 1-800-222-tips or locally at 705-222-8477. You must call this number to be eligible for a cash reward. Tips can also be submitted online at sudburycrimestoppers.com.
Not only does Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers offer cash rewards for information leading to the arrest of its wanted fugitives, but rewards will also be paid for information leading to the arrest of anyone involved in any criminal offence. All calls are confidential and you will not be asked to testify in court.