A federal offender known to frequent Windsor is the subject of a Canada-wide warrant for breach of parole, according to an Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) news release.
Jason Lebreton is serving four years and nine months for theft, fraud over $1,000, possession of property obtained by crime, operating a motor vehicle while disqualified, assault, mischief, criminal harassment, taking a motor vehicle or vessel without consent, failure to appear in court, and failing to comply with a recognizance.
Lebreton is a 37-year-old caucasian male with scars on his chin and right forearm.
In addition to Windsor, he’s known to frequent Greater Sudbury, Ottawa, the Greater Toronto Area, and Northwestern Ontario.
Read more at Windsor Star
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