Friday, November 4, 2022

Kelowna bus killer Tyler Newton busted again - out again

The crown has dropped his latest charges and Tyler Newton is likely in DT Kelowna right now smoking meth. Folks REALLY need to avoid Kelowna's DT and this man. It is only a matter of time, and likely not much of it, before Newton goes into violent 'drug psychosis' again.

3 weeks after Newton jumped bail on violent crimes, Kelowna cops told the public. Multiple calls to dopey cops helped them find Tyler Jack Newton, 32, in downtown Kelowna instantly. Two weeks after cops re-arrested him, he was again released, this time by Judge Lisa Wyatt. Newton was facing charges of aggravated assault, assault with a weapon and use of an imitation firearm from a Dec. 31, 2021 incident. The dangerous criminal was granted bail by Judge George Leven and released Sept. 8. He failed to show up for his next court date six days later.

Tyler Jack Newton
Kelowna is the most dangerous place in Canada for a reason. The justice system's “catch-and-release” cycle that sees violent, prolific offenders routinely granted bail is being questioned in Kelowna, home of the highest urban crime rate in Canada. A man who fatally stabbed a stranger to death on a Kelowna city bus in 2014 has been busted yet again. Tyler Newton plunged a knife into 55-year-old Caesar Rosales’s neck from behind in front of horrified passengers. Police say it was a random and unprovoked attack. Rosales bled out on the bus, dying before paramedics could arrive. Newton then ditched the weapon in some bushes and fled.
Caesar Rosales
He was charged with second-degree murder but pleaded down to manslaughter and was sent away for 7 years. (4.5 served) Newton had more than 50 criminal convictions. A psychologist’s report said that Newton attacked Ceasar Rosales while in a state of 'psychosis' caused by heavy drug use. Months after release from jail Tyler Newton was busted for a score of vehicle thefts and evading cops in a drug-fuelled high-speed chase.
Tyler Jack Newton