Wanted on Canada-wide warrant for parole violations

A habitual offender who’s wanted for violating parole conditions may be in the Sylvan Lake area.

A habitual offender who’s wanted for violating parole conditions may be in the Sylvan Lake area.

Hinton RCMP Cst. Michael Kublkanski issued a news release last Wednesday stating they’re looking for 47 year old Clayton William Gosney.

“Gosney is unlawfully at large and wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for violating conditions of his parole. Gosney is a habitual offender who received a 31 month jail sentence in 2011 for numerous charges including stolen property, resist arrest and drug offences,” according to the release.

Gosney was most recently seen in the Hinton area but is also known to frequent the Sylvan Lake, Lacombe and Edmonton areas.

RCMP reminded the public to take no action to apprehend this subject themselves. Report any information to the nearest RCMP detachment or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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