N.S. man with 'significant' criminal record wanted by RCMP for breaching release conditions

Clyde Anthony Pearson is known to frequent Noel Shore, Lower Sackville and Mount Uniacke

Published on January 7, 2017

Clyde Anthony Pearson is known to frequent Noel Shore, Lower Sackville and Mount Uniacke. On Jan. 6, 2016, his photo was released to the public as Correctional Services Canada issued a warrant for his arrest.

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NOVA SCOTIA – The RCMP are asking for help in finding a Nova Scotia man wanted for breaching his conditions who is considered violent.

On Jan. 6, East Hants District RCMP said in a press release that they were looking for 41-year-old Clyde Anthony Pearson.

Pearson was serving a three-year sentence relating to trafficking and possession (CDSA), police said, as well as other charges. While on statutory release, he breached his release conditions and a warrant was issued by Correctional Services Canada.

Police said Pearson has a “significant” criminal record including assaults, drugs, threats, property-related offenses, and failure to comply with court orders.

He is considered to be violent and is banned from having firearms.

Pearson is known to frequent the areas of Noel Shore, Lower Sackville and Mount Uniacke, and is described as 5’6’’ and 221 pounds, with blue eyes, and brown hair. He's partially bald.

Anyone who thinks they recognize Pearson is advised not to approach him, but contact police by calling 911.

Anonymous tips can also be sent to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or text TIP202 + your message to 'CRIMES' (274637) or submit tips by Secure Web Tips at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca.