Ponoka RCMP arrest man wanted for Canada Wide Warrant

Ponoka RCMP arrest Ontario man

Ponoka, Alberta – At noon on February 7, members of the Ponoka RCMP detachment arrested a suspect who was wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant.

Shortly after 11:00 a.m. members of the Ponoka RCMP detachment received information on the whereabouts of a male wanted on the warrant for offences that he committed in Ontario.

A short time later Ponoka RCMP members, with assistance from the Ponoka General Investigations Unit and the Ponoka Integrated Traffic Unit, descended on a residence in the town of Ponoka, obtained a warrant to enter the dwelling, and arrested the individual.

36-year-old Daniel Sanche was being sought out of Dryden, Ontario for a multitude of charges consisting of:

• three charges of Sexual Assault.

• three charges of Sexual Interference

• two charge of Assault.

The accused has been remanded in custody and will be transported back to Ontario where he will appear in court to answer to the charges against him.

The Ponoka RCMP would like to thank the public providing information to the police. This is another great example of how information from the public, provided to the police, can help to make our community safer.

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