On July 15th, just before noon, Cold Lake RCMP received a complaint from a female that she was in danger, in the Cold Lake First Nations. RCMP attended, but she was no longer there. “The investigation revealed that the victim was with three other individuals inside a vehicle, who were causing her to feel unsafe,” explains S/Sgt of the Cold Lake Detachment, Jeremie Landry. “There was also an investigation after finding the victim, later on in the evening, that she was threatened, assaulted and confined against her will by three individuals.”
Two of the individuals believed to be involved have been arrested and charged with assault and forcible confinement. 24 year old Tessa Urlacher was released on $1500 no cash bail and 28 year old Charmaine Sharphead has been remanded. Both will appear in court July 27th.
A warrant for the arrest of a Cold Lake First Nations man, Kelly Joseph George Janvier has been issued for assault, forcible confinement and uttering threats.
If you know the whereabouts of Janvier, contact the Cold Lake Detachment 780-594-3302 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)