Adair's criminal record

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Adair's criminal record
BC Provincial Court Services Online, Traffic/Criminal: Christopher Adair[1]
Adair's civil record
BC Provincial Court Services Online, Civil: Christopher William Adair[2]

Chris Adair had several criminal convictions listed on the British Columbia Court Services Online website,[1] as well as several civil lawsuits involving Adair.[2]


Adair's criminal court record

Adair's criminal record
BC Provincial Court Services Online,
Traffic/Criminal: Christopher Adair[1]

Chris Adair's first conviction as an adult in British Columbia was in October 2001 for 2 counts of Fraud committed six months earlier in Kamloops. After 7 court appearances, he was found guilty on both counts and sentenced to 9 months in jail.[1]


Adair's criminal record
BC Provincial Court Services Online,
Traffic/Criminal: Christopher Adair[1]

While incarcerated, Chris Adair was convicted of two other crimes:

  • convicted in March 2002 for using a credit card illegally in April 2000. He was ordered to pay a $500 fine.
  • convicted in April 2002 for an Assault in October 2001, which occurred on one of his trial days for the Fraud charges. He was sentenced to 30 additional days in jail, and was released from Kamloops Correctional Centre around May 1, 2002.



Adair's criminal record
BC Provincial Court Services Online,
Traffic/Criminal: Christopher Adair[1]

Soon after his Canada Day 2002 encounter with Lisa, Chris Adair left Nanaimo for Kamloops. Three weeks later, Kamloops RCMP arrested him on Fraud & Theft charges dating back to 2001. On July 22, 2002, the charges (and Chris) were then transferred from Kamloops to Nanaimo — although the Fraud charge seemingly "disappeared" upon transfer — only the Theft charge was "transferred in" to Nanaimo.[1]

Around July 23rd, Chris was questioned (at the Parksville detachment) about Lisa's disappearance, and then a single day in Nanaimo court resulted in a Guilty plea for the Theft, with an exceptionally lenient Conditional Sentence Order (CSO): No jail time, on the condition that he "keeps the peace" and stays in B.C. for 90 days. Thirty days later he breached both conditions when he assaulted a police officer in his hometown of Yorkton, Saskatchewan.[3][4][1]

Chris was again transferred back to Nanaimo where he had to finish the term of the breached sentence in jail. His new charge of Breaching his Conditional Sentence Order seemingly went unpunished, and for Assaulting a Police Officer he was sentenced to only one day in jail, which he served on October 11, 2002.[1] Soon after his release Chris reportedly travelled to Japan,[4][5] later settling in Turkey.[6]


Adair's civil court record

Adair's civil court record
BC Provincial Court Services Online, Civil: Christopher William Adair[2]

The BC Court Services Online website also lists several civil lawsuits involving Christopher William Adair.[2]

In 2000 Adair sued a Nanaimo woman. He was sued by Bank of Montreal in 2000, and by Insta Cash Loans in 2001. One or both of these may be related to a 2000 criminal conviction for Unauthorized use of credit card data.

In 2003 and again in 2014 he was sued by a Mini Storage company (Devon Transport), and lawsuits are also listed by the Court Clerk and Her Majesty The Queen, likely related to non-payment of fines ordered by the Criminal Court.



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Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 BC Provincial Court Services Online, Government of BC, Search Traffic/Criminal
      → Enter Last Name: (Adair), First: (Christopher), Enter Image Text, change no other fields, click Search
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Government of British Columbia, BC Provincial Court, Court Services Online — Search Civil
      → Enter Last Name: Adair, First: Christopher, Middle: William, Enter Image Text, change no other fields, click Search
  3. Anonymous, Casefile (July 26, 2016), Case 26: Lisa Marie Young pod20160726
  4. 4.0 4.1 Allison Crowe, Allison Crowe (July 27, 2020), Lisa Marie Young Help Find Lisa Missed by family and loved ones from Nanaimo ac20200727
  5. Laura Palmer, Island Crime (May 22, 2020), s1e03: Searching for Lisa ic20200522-103
  6. Laura Palmer, Island Crime (June 28, 2022), s1e11: Red Jag Guy #2 ic20220628-111