Couple busted for leaving BCWednesday, February 27, 2013 by: Kate AdamsOPP News Release
PERRY TWP - On Monday February 25, 2013 at approximately 4:20pm police were patrolling Highway 518 in Perry Township when they stopped a vehicle for speeding.
The driver of the vehicle produced a driver’s licence from British Columbia and after checking the status of the driver discovered that she was currently on charges in British Columbia with conditions not to leave the Province of British Columbia. The driver, Wendy VOEGELI (52) of Harrow Ontario was arrested for breaching her conditions and brought back to the Almaguin Highlands Ontario Provincial Police Detachment. Further investigation revealed that the driver was in possession of multiple pieces of identifications with different names.
Officers contacted the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in British Columbia who indicated they were interested in returning the accused but requested that her spouse be located as well as he was also on conditions to remain in the Province of British Columbia.
On Tuesday February 26, 2013 officers located the spouse of the accused and arrested him for breach of his conditions from British Columbia.
Both VOEGELI and her spouse Dennis JENKINS (46) of Armour Township were held in police custody and appeared in Bail court, Parry Sound Ontario on Wednesday February 27, 2013.
VOEGELI is charged by the Almaguin Highlands Ontario Provincial Police with Fail to Comply with Undertaking, three counts of Identity Documents, contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada, as well as offences under the Highway Traffic Act and Liquor Licence Act of Ontario.
JENKINS is charged with three counts of Fail to Comply with Recognizance, contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada.
The Royal Canadian Police, Burnaby Detachment are currently making arrangements to attend Ontario to return both accused to British Columbia to deal with charges there.