Have you seen them? Winnipeg police release February’s most-wanted list

Another month, another list of people wanted by police for a wide range of crimes.Here are the top targets for the Winnipeg Police Service and Crime Stoppers as of Monday morning.Canada-wide warrants are out for all of the following people:Jeremy Mondor is a convicted drug trafficker who began his statutory release on Nov. 19 after 35 months behind bars. By Dec. 21, he had breached his release conditions.Story continues below

Levi Waters began his parole in October but breached his conditions on Jan. 3. He was previously convicted of multiple charges, including sexual assault and assaulting a peace officer.Matthew Comber hasn’t been seen since Sept. 11 after early release from his 32-month sentence for breaking and entering.READ MORE: Have you seen these men? January’s most-wanted listMichael Cammarata was sent to prison for 28 months as a convicted drug dealer, but breached his parole on Oct. 3 and hasn’t been heard from since.Michael Oksasiekiyin breached his conditions and disappeared four days after becoming eligible for statutory release. He was originally behind bars for breaking and entering, and hasn’t been seen since late December.Nicholas Abraham was convicted of manslaughter and received a sentence of four years and three months. He began statutory release Jan. 11 and breached his conditions less than a day later, which cancelled his parole.Sheldon Genaille violated his release conditions Jan. 11 after beginning statutory release in October. Genaille is a repeat offender who had been serving time for manslaughter.Tamara Cochrane breached her conditions and disappeared two days after becoming eligible for statutory release. Prior to her release, Cochrane had been serving time for forcible entry and aggravated assault.Anyone with information about any of these wanted people is asked to contact Winnipeg Crime Stoppers at 204-786-8477 or 1-800-222-8477.This month’s Wanted List is now up. If you have information about the location of any of the following people, contact Winnipeg Crime Stoppers at 204-786-8477 (local) or 1-800-222-8477 (toll free). #wanted #crimestoppers https://t.co/W6FtBXQuKm pic.twitter.com/gJdaCSIjxr— Winnipeg Police (@wpgpolice) February 25, 2019
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