Wetaskiwin RCMP seek Edmonton man wanted for several criminal offences

Sean Michael Greenwall wanted in connection to assaults, sexual assaults in Wetaskiwin

Submitted by Wetaskiwin RCMP

The Wetaskiwin RCMP detachment is seeking the assistance of the public in locating Sean Michael Greenwall, 35, of Edmonton for whom there is an outstanding warrant of arrest in relation to several violent criminal offences which occurred in Wetaskiwin this month.

The first incident occurred on Monday, June 5, 2017, wherein members of the Wetaskiwin RCMP Detachment were dispatched to a report of an aggravated assault involving a firearm. The police investigation led to the arrest of Greenwall who was charged with aggravated assault causing bodily harm and other offences. An interim judicial release hearing was conducted and Greenwall was released from custody on a recognizance with several conditions, including not to have any contact with the victim.

On Wednesday, June 14 investigators from the Wetaskiwin RCMP Detachment received a complaint from a woman who told police that she had been forcibly confined and sexually assaulted by Greenwall over a period of time commencing in January of this year. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Sean Greenwall who is facing 43 charges including the following: Unlawful confinement (5 counts) – Section 279(2) CC; Sexual Assault with a weapon – Section 272(2)(b) CC; Sexual Assault (2 counts) – Section 271 CC; Assault with a weapon (7 counts) – Section 267(a) CC; Possession of a weapon dangerous to the public (3 counts) – Section 88(1) CC.

Police are investigating a third incident which is believed to have occurred on May 21, 2017, at a convenience store in Wetaskiwin wherein Greenwall is alleged to have been involved in an altercation with the same woman from the June 14 complaint mentioned above. The altercation was witnessed by several people with whom investigators would like to speak and are asking that these individuals please contact the Wetaskiwin RCMP detachment.

Sean Michael Greenwall is described as follows: Caucasian male; 35-years-old; 193 cm (6’3”) tall; 122 kg (270 lbs) in weight; Tattoos on his left arm (“Warrior”) and left hand (a skull); Scar above his lip on his left cheek.

The public is advised not to approach Greenwall should he be seen but are asked to call the police immediately.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Greenwall is asked to call the Wetaskiwin RCMP Detachment at 780-312-7267 or contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Alternatively, the information may be posted at www.tipsubmit.com.

Just Posted

Culture Days offers amazing variety Sept. 27 to 29

“Taste of Wetaskiwin” followed by “Connect 4”

Join Leduc singer/songwriter Julia Vos raising funds for youth shelter Fri to Sun

Mulhurst Bay’s singer/songwriter busking in Edmonton for Youth Emergency Shelter

Pipestone Creek Grouse Walk a success Aug. 24

Event hosts over 40 participants near Wetaskiwin

Beef barley soup with great cake idea for dessert

Zucchini Carrot Cake only takes about 40 mins in oven

Wetaskiwin Bantam Warriors get payback against Fort Mac

Wetaskiwin earns decisive 43 to 12 victory in week 2 action

VIDEO: Trudeau asks Canada to look to current, not past, actions on race

Liberal leader says he never spoke about the racist photo because he was embarrassed

Maskwacis now has permanent library

Only one of two in province

Walmart to quit selling e-cigarettes amid vaping backlash

U.S.’s largest retailer points to ‘growing’ complications in federal, state and local regulations

Trudeau seeks meeting with Singh to apologize for blackface, brownface photos

‘I will be apologizing to him personally as a racialized Canadian,’ Trudeau said Friday

Charges stayed against Alberta RCMP officer in alleged off-duty Whistler assault

Const. Vernon Hagen instead completed an alternative measures program

‘Unacceptable’: What politicians have to say about Trudeau in blackface

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi: ‘When I saw that picture last night, certainly it was a sucker-punch’

Judge finds Alberta couple not guilty in toddler son’s death

It was the second trial for the Stephans, who were found guilty by a jury in 2016

Alberta couple charged in toddler son’s death to learn fate from judge

David and Collet Stephan are charged with failing to provide the necessaries of life

Alberta government pitching that small rural areas pay for policing: NDP

Those 291 districts represent about 20 per cent of the Alberta population

Most Read