Prolific offender banned from Mission

Jada Bailey, 21, sentenced to 15 days in jail and can no longer enter the District of Mission

A chronic property crime offender is no longer allowed to be in Mission

Jada Bailey, 21, was sentenced in Abbotsford Court on Feb. 19 to 15 days in jail for a number of offences related to breaching her bail conditions.

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Bailey is now required to abide by a 12-month probation order which includes a condition that she, “must not be found in Mission, British Columbia, except while on a highway in a moving motor vehicle on [her] way to some other place.”

Mission RCMP say Bailey is known to residents in Mission, some of whom have confronted her allegedly in the progress of stealing items from their vehicles. This was confirmed on posts on a local social media page.

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The RCMP did not release a photo of Bailey, but she is described as:

– A Caucasian female

– 21-years-old

– Reddish Blonde hair

– Hazel eyes

– 5’1’ tall, 127 lbs

“We are asking the public to immediately report sightings of Jada Bailey in Mission to the Mission RCMP at (604) 826-7161,” said Steve Crawford, Operations NCO for the Mission RCMP.

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