Kamloops RCMP still seeking man wanted in connection to incidents at problem North Shore home
Jeremy Bellows is being sought by police in Kamloops for serious charges he's facing in connection to a series of incidents at a North Shore home in August 2018.
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September 24, 2018 - 5:30 PM
KAMLOOPS - Things appear to have quieted down at a problem home on Kamloops's North Shore, but police are still seeking one man who's facing serious charges in connection to incidents at the residence.
A warrant is still out for 32-year-old Jeremy David Bellows, who is facing charges of aggravated assault, break and enter, forcible confinement and using an imitation firearm during an offence, in relation to a series of events at a Royal Avenue home last month.
Kamloops RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Jodi Shelkie says Bellows has yet to be arrested since a media release was issued on Aug. 27 asking for the public to keep an eye out for him and another man alleged to have been involved in the incidents there.
Shane Bradley Cameron, 38, is also facing charges in the case, but police say he was located and arrested on Aug. 27. Another Kamloops resident, 32-year-old Ricky William Denis, has been arrested and charged with aggravated assault and break and enter.
On Aug. 21 at roughly 10 p.m., Kamloops RCMP were alerted to a victim at the hospital who was being treated for serious stab wounds. The 27-year-old man didn't cooperate with police, but officers determined the incident took place at 414 Royal Ave., police said last month.
The next day, officers received a report about a possible hostage situation at the same address. The Southeast District's Emergency Response Team attended and a man inside was taken into custody.
On Aug. 23, police responded to yet another call at the home for reports of a home invasion in progress, although that was later determined to be unfounded. It's not clear which event or events Bellows has been charged in connection to.
According to online court documents, Dennis is slated to appear in Kamloops Provincial Court later this week, and Cameron is expected to appear next month in relation to the charges.
Police say Bellows's whereabouts remain unknown, and are asking the public for help locating him. If you know where he may be, call Kamloops RCMP at 250-828-3000 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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