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Man wanted on Canada-wide warrant arrested in Fredericton

Vincent Currie, 42, is seen in this photo provided by the Saint John Police Force. Vincent Currie, 42, is seen in this photo provided by the Saint John Police Force.
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Man wanted on Canada-wide warrant arrested in Fredericton

The Saint John Police Force said a man wanted on a Canada-wide warrant has been arrested in Fredericton.

Police issued the arrest warrant for 42-year-old Vincent Currie on June 27.

Police said he breached the conditions of his statutory release and it is alleged that he was in possession of and consumed a controlled substance.

In a Monday update, police said that Currie was arrested in Fredericton and remains in custody.

He is serving a 6-year, 7-month, 18-day sentence for:

  • robbery
  • two counts of failure to comply with probation order
  • possession of property obtained by crime – under $5,000
  • possession of a weapon contrary to prohibition order
  • unauthorized possession of firearm
  • unauthorized possession of firearm prohibited
  • restricted weapon in a motor vehicle
  • careless use
  • storage of firearm and offence under motor vehicle act -NB

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