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Dangerous man arrested.....

PostPosted: Apr 11th, 2018, 2:00 pm
by dle
https://www.castanet.net/news/Kelowna/2 ... n-arrested

Well, the article doesn't say the words "....and will remain in custody until his trial" but let's hope they actualy hung on to this guy once they had him....anyone else doubt he will obediently show up in Court on his own otherwise?

Re: Dangerous man arrested.....

PostPosted: Apr 11th, 2018, 2:25 pm
by the truth
.the person who let them stay in there unit should be evicted.

Re: Dangerous man arrested.....

PostPosted: Apr 11th, 2018, 3:22 pm
by the truth
https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-s ... htm#223429 the girlfriend is back living in the complex, kick he out for the love of god..... or he will be back living with here as soon as he gets out

Re: Dangerous man arrested.....

PostPosted: Apr 11th, 2018, 3:46 pm
by dle
the truth wrote:.the person who let them stay in there unit should be evicted.


I agree - if they can prove she "knew" he was wanted and dangerous....if it's a recent relationship maybe he hid a lot of his background from her....

Re: Dangerous man arrested.....

PostPosted: Apr 11th, 2018, 3:53 pm
by Jflem1983
Come on who doesnt know a person or two on the lam. Ive known a guy for years. On the lam. Smart people do not make such a scene of themselves.

Shame on this guy for trying to mow down 4 kids . Hope they throw the book at him

Re: Dangerous man arrested.....

PostPosted: Apr 11th, 2018, 3:55 pm
by MAPearce
the truth wrote:.the person who let them stay in there unit should be evicted.


My thoughts EXACTLY....

Those places are for families that NEED decent rent to exist , NOT harbour criminals .

Re: Dangerous man arrested.....

PostPosted: Apr 11th, 2018, 4:34 pm
by goatboy
He remained on the lam until Oct. 12, when police found him in Rutland near Moyer Road and Friesen Drive and arrested him with the help of the police dog service.

After several months behind bars, Aronson was granted bail on March 14, despite objections from the Crown. He quickly stopped attending his court dates, leading to another warrant and his arrest on Tuesday.


Aronson has a lengthy criminal history, involving multiple flight from police and resisting arrest convictions.

On Nov. 23, 2017, he pleaded guilty to several unrelated charges, including being unlawfully at large in August 2016, resisting arrest and dangerous operation of a vehicle in July 2017, flight from police and resisting arrest in August 2017 and being unlawfully at large in September 2017. His sentences ranged from eight to 21 days in jail.


So he had been unlawfully at large twice in the last year and the judge thought letting him out on bail was a good idea? 21 days is the most time he spent in jail for all these crimes. what is wron with our system???

Re: Dangerous man arrested.....

PostPosted: Apr 11th, 2018, 9:50 pm
by miss_sterious
I am just in awe and amazement of the selfless and fast thinking of the officer. We are so fortunate to have an amazing police force working tirelessly, and putting their lives on the line for us. His quick thinking shows that he wasn’t even factoring in his own safety before that of the kids. This is proof of where his heart is and his moral code. I am moved to tears.

Re: Dangerous man arrested.....

PostPosted: Apr 11th, 2018, 9:54 pm
by phasyluck
miss_sterious wrote:I am just in awe and amazement of the selfless and fast thinking of the officer. We are so fortunate to have an amazing police force working tirelessly, and putting their lives on the line for us. His quick thinking shows that he wasn’t even factoring in his own safety before that of the kids. This is proof of where his heart is and his moral code. I am moved to tears.

Not taking away from your statement...but I would like to believe this is what they all sign up for when they get into the protection line of work.

Re: Dangerous man arrested.....

PostPosted: Apr 11th, 2018, 9:55 pm
by the truth
goatboy wrote:
He remained on the lam until Oct. 12, when police found him in Rutland near Moyer Road and Friesen Drive and arrested him with the help of the police dog service.

After several months behind bars, Aronson was granted bail on March 14, despite objections from the Crown. He quickly stopped attending his court dates, leading to another warrant and his arrest on Tuesday.


Aronson has a lengthy criminal history, involving multiple flight from police and resisting arrest convictions.

On Nov. 23, 2017, he pleaded guilty to several unrelated charges, including being unlawfully at large in August 2016, resisting arrest and dangerous operation of a vehicle in July 2017, flight from police and resisting arrest in August 2017 and being unlawfully at large in September 2017. His sentences ranged from eight to 21 days in jail.


So he had been unlawfully at large twice in the last year and the judge thought letting him out on bail was a good idea? 21 days is the most time he spent in jail for all these crimes. what is wron with our system???


just another waste of human skin judge