RCMP released Adair immediately upon transfer

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Summary

RCMP released Adair immediately after RCMP transferred him (and his charges) from Kamloops to Nanaimo.

Detail

After his transfer (in police custody) from Kamloops back to Nanaimo, Adair was immediately released — two days before his court appearance on the (unrelated) charges[1] for which he was arrested/transferred, and also prior to questioning about Lisa's disappearance.[2][3]

He returned to his grandparent's home in Qualicum Beach.[4][5] It may have been at this point that the Jaguar was steam cleaned.[3]


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See also

Sources

  1. Jason Proctor, Vancouver Province (Sep 15, 2002), RCMP continue to search for missing Nanaimo woman p20020915
  2. 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
  3. 3.0 3.1 MP Paul Manly, Parliament, Ottawa (Oct 8, 2020), House of Commons Debate #12 - October 8, 2020 (43-2) at 1525 hoc20201008
  4. Jason Proctor, Vancouver Province (Sep 2, 2002), Where is Lisa-Marie? p20020902
  5. Allison Crowe, Allison Crowe (July 27, 2020), Lisa Marie Young Help Find Lisa Missed by family and loved ones from Nanaimo ac20200727