TORONTO, Jan. 20, 2012 /CNW/ - In the afternoon of January 18th, 2012, the Immigration Task Force arrested a male wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant for Removal from Canada.
Damion Rami BUTLER, age 28, a Jamaican national, was arrested in Brantford without incident. Brantford Police assisted in the arrest.
BUTLER, who also uses the alias "Fashion", was wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant for Removal issued by the CBSA in 2011. At the time of his arrest BUTLER was also wanted by the Peel Regional Police Service. The Warrant for Removal was issued based on BUTLER's serious criminal convictions in Canada. BUTLER was recently added to the 'Wanted by the CBSA' list.
BUTLER was transferred from RCMP/CBSA custody to Peel Regional Police to face his outstanding criminal charges. The CBSA will initiate removal proceedings once the outstanding criminal matter has been dealt with.
The Immigration Task Force is a joint force unit comprised of members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canada Border Services Agency and the Provincial ROPE Squad. This team works closely with other police departments and partner agencies to apprehend high-risk migrant fugitives through teamwork and the effective use of intelligence.
For further information on the Immigration Task Force or the 'Wanted by the CBSA' list please visit:
For further information:
| Cpl Jennifer Oliveros
RCMP Media Relations Officer
905-676-2807 ext 240 (Office)
| Vanessa Barrasa
CBSA Media Relations