Following violent attacks at the Trans Mountain Pipeline site in Blue River, five people have been charged with a variety of offences.
According to the RCMP, police were alerted on Sept. 15, 2021, when a number of Trans Mountain employees were blocked entrance to their worksite by a group of eco terrorists. Callers reported that a confrontation had begun.
Trans Mountain security attempted to intervene during the event. Many employees said they were assaulted, threatened, or had their belongings stolen.
On March 2, 2022, the BC Prosecution Services approved several charges including Assault, Cause Bodily Harm, and Mischief against the following individuals:
• Levana Irena Prud’homme, 34 of Vancouver B.C.
• Nicole Manuel, 45 of Chase, B.C.
• Isha Ray Jules, 46, of Kamloops B.C.
• Sami Jaida Marie Nasr, 21, of Vancouver B.C.
• Tricia Taylor-Lynn Charlie, 20, of Kamloops B.C.
All individuals with the exception of Tricia Taylor-Lynn Charlie have been arrested. Efforts to locate Charlie, who is now wanted on a province-wide warrant, are ongoing. Tricia Taylor-Lynn Charlie is described as 20 year old Indigenous woman standing 5’4″ tall and approximately 100 lbs with long dark hair.
If you have any information about the current whereabouts of Tricia Taylor-Lynn Charlie, please contact the Clearwater RCMP at 250-674-2237 or your local police of jurisdiction.