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Kelowna RCMP capture wanted man

Police are looking for a 47 year old Kelowna man who is wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant after his parole was revoked.   Police are searching for Darcy Emile Lenko, 47, of Kelowna, wanted on a Canada-wide warrant after his parole was revoked. Lenko is a high-level prolific offender who was residing at a residence pursuant to his parole release conditions.  - RCMP photo
Police are looking for a 47 year old Kelowna man who is wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant after his parole was revoked. Police are searching for Darcy Emile Lenko, 47, of Kelowna, wanted on a Canada-wide warrant after his parole was revoked. Lenko is a high-level prolific offender who was residing at a residence pursuant to his parole release conditions.
— image credit: RCMP photo

Darcy Emile Lenko, who was the subject of a Canada-wide Warrant, was arrested in West Kelowna on Monday.
As a result of information received, police located Lenko walking on Doucette Road in West Kelowna at just before 4:30 p.m. He was arrested without incident.
Police said Lenko is a high-level prolific offender who was residing at a residence pursuant to his parole release conditions. Because of a breach of conditions, a Canada-wide warrant was issued for his arrest.
Kelowna RCMP thank the public for their help in locating Lenko.

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