Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Good news/Bad news for gangster Jonathan Olson

Prolific offender Jonathon Olsen has bought himself 11.5 years in prison.
Jonathan David Olson was convicted with Brodie Tyrel Takahashi Robinson for a series of incidents over the 2017 Canada Day long weekend, which included shooting another gangster in the head. Olson has an extensive and violent criminal record. The Crown informed the court in September 2019 of a pending application under section 752.1 of the criminal code ... the dangerous offender tag and an indeterminate sentence. The dangerous offender designation application is now off the table. The Crown is seeking a sentence of 14 years.
Police dog Grinder is on patrol after Olson attempted to drown him in the Vedder River in 2018.Drama ensued as Olson was found in possession of a stolen vehicle near the Vedder Canal. He ended up in the water fleeing from a police dog that he fought off and attempted to drown. He was arrested by the RCMP’s Emergency Response Team after being found hiding in bushes. Both Robinson and Olson face a minimum for the most serious weapons offence. The criminal code calls for a minimum of five years with the use of a restricted or prohibited firearm. Olson originally faced the rare charge of attempting to kill or maim a law enforcement animal, but that was dropped.