UPDATED at 7 p.m. – Shortly after the initial media release was put out, Fort St John frontline officers located Vincent Davis in Fort St John and arrested him without incident on his warrant with charges of Aggravated Assault, Forcible Confinement and Threats to Cause Death/Bodily Injury. Davis is currently being held in custody.
“The Fort St John RCMP is investigating every avenue available and following up on every lead they can in order to find out what happened and who was involved,” said Constable (Cst) Chad Neustaeter, Media Relations Officer for the Fort St John RCMP.
Police are still trying to determine who the Good Samaritan was that transported the victim to the hospital in order to get the much needed medical attention they required. “The Good Samaritan did a great thing bringing the victim to the hospital,” said Cst Neustateter. “If we could just speak to them in person, they may have valuable additional information that could further the investigation.”
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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance with an aggravated assault investigation.
According to RCMP, on January 1, at about 12:45 p.m., Fort St. John RCMP received a report of a man being found and dropped off at the hospital after being thrown from a vehicle. The man had sustained significant injuries and was treated at the hospital.
Staff Sergeant Scott Watson says they are releasing limited details about this investigation but says they have already made three arrests on this file.
RCMP say charges have been approved against Jack Capot-Blanc and Vincent Allen Davis for Aggravated Assault, Forcible Confinement and Threats to Cause Death/Bodily Injury. Capot-Blanc is being held in custody while a warrant has been issued for Vincent Davis.
RCMP request the public’s assistance in locating 29-year-old, Vincent Davis, who is described as:
- 6′ tall (183 cm)
- 180 lbs (82 kg)
- Brown eyes
- Black Hair
If you have any information regarding Davis’ whereabouts, you are being asked to call the Fort St. John RCMP at 250-787-8100 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.