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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Two men wanted on outstanding warrants have turned themselves in.

The Fort St. John RCMP sent out a request for information on February 3rd for three wanted men, and two of them have now received court dates.

Jaden Delphus Metecheah, who is facing two counts of breach of undertaking, turned himself into police on February 4th. The 20-year-old was released and will appear in court on February 28th.

Terence George Morris turned himself in on Monday and is facing several charges, including obstructing peace officer, flight from police, dangerous operation, and driving while suspended. The 48-year-old was held for court and released on the previous release order with a future court date of February 14th.

“The Fort St John RCMP wish to thank the media and public for the information and tips that have been received in follow up to the various Wanted Wednesday postings and other wanted media releases,” said Cst. Chad Neustaeter, media relations officer.

Richard Henry Hawthorne is still wanted for possession of a controlled substance and two counts of operating while impaired.

Anyone with information on any other wanted persons whereabouts is asked to contact the Fort St John RCMP at (250) 787-8100 or your local detachment.

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