Drive-by shooter convicted

Williams Lake

2024-01-12 07:38 HNP

Dossier nº 2022-5767

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On January 10th 2024, Trevor Lyndon Alexis (31) pled guilty to multiple charges in Prince George Law Courts. Alexis was pled guilty to Discharge a Firearm with Intent, Section 244(1) of the Criminal Code, and Possession of a Firearm Contrary to Order, Section 117.01(1) of the Criminal Code, for an event occurring on July 28th 2022 in Williams Lake, BC.

The event on July 28th 2022, the public alerted the Williams Lake RCMP that a person in a newer Dodge Ram had shot at a Dodge Challenger in downtown Williams Lake. The driver of the Dodge Challenger was able to speed away from the suspect in the Dodge Ram. With the assistance of the public, officers identified the suspect as Trevor Alexis. Police obtained a search warrant for a residence and the vehicle, Alexis was associated to. Officers executed the search warrant and located two firearms and ammunition consistent with the damage on the Dodge Challenger. Additional search warrants were later executed confirming that Alexis was the shooter and that he was involved with the 712 gang in the Cariboo Region.

Alexis was sentenced to three years in jail for the Discharge of a Firearm with Intent, with an additional year in jail for Possession of a Firearm Contrary to Order. Alexis also pled guilty to other offences stemming from incidents in Prince George.

This incident occurred less than a month after the 2022 Williams Lake Stampede shooting, were two victims were shot. The shooter in the 2022 Williams Lake Stampede incident, Jordell Sellars, was recently sentenced to nine years in jail, he was a former member of the Indian Outlawz, a gang rivalling the 712 gang.

Williams Lake RCMP want to thank the Williams Lake Community for their assistance in this matter.
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Released by

Corporal Phil Charron,
Williams Lake RCMP
Tel: 250-392-6211

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