A Quebec man who allegedly tried to run over his ex-girlfriend and her partner with his car in Victoria is now on Interpol’s red notice list.
47-year-old Sebastien (sometimes spelled Sebastian) Normandin was arrested in Victoria on December 27th, 2016, but was released on bail in May 2017.
The terms of his bail allowed him to live in Montreal on a promise to appear at a parole centre twice a week, along with several other conditions.
However, he is believed to have fled the country as of October 2017, and is now one of 50 dangerous criminals being sought by the Canadian government.
Still active on social media
Normandin’s photo, description, and charges (two counts of attempted murder, assault causing bodily harm, criminal harassment, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, assault causing bodily harm, assault and failure to comply with conditions) have been posted on Interpol’s website, along with the tag “Wanted by the Judicial Authorities of Canada.”
However, this has not stopped him from updating his friends and followers through his Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Check out some of his most recent posts below:
People like lists, so here’s a list of 25 things I’ve learned in 2017 being in jail, on bail and beyond while writing a…
Dreamt I was discussing epistemology and ontology with a political scientist. More of a nightmare, really.
— Sebastian Normandin (@weirdhistorian) January 30, 2018
#LivingWithDepressionIs not really living. It wound me up in jail, a fugitive and barely alive.
— Sebastian Normandin (@weirdhistorian) January 15, 2018