Jeremy Mackenzie Arrested Following a Canada-Wide Warrant

Updated: Nov 28

November 25, 2022

Jeremy MacKenzie is once again free on bail after his lawyer returned to court with an updated release bail order. Jeremy has a broad list of conditions including not to speak about the two complainants on social media, pay $35,000 in cash and sureties. He was ordered to return home to Nova Scotia and abide by a curfew and ordered not to drink or consume non-prescription drugs. MacKenzie agreed to all the conditions via video appearance from the Saskatoon Correctional Centre. Jeremy will be held in custody until at-least November 29, 2022.


Jeremy also has a bail decision on Tuesday, November 29, 2022, for his Quebec matters. If he is granted bail in Quebec, he will be released from the Saskatoon Correctional Centre and will return home to Nova Scotia. If bail is not granted, he will likely be transfered to a Quebec detention/correctional centre according to unnamed sources.


September 30, 2022

The Diagolon leader, Jeremy Mackenzie, a popular online streamer, has been located and arrested in Halifax, N.S. after Canada-wide warrant was issued for his arrest on September 21, 2022. On September 28, 2022, at approximately 2 p.m. (AST), officers of the RCMP and Halifax Regional Police Integrated Criminal Investigation Division arrested 36-year-old Jeremy MacKenzie at a home in Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia. As a result of this investigation, Jeremy Mackenzie remains in police custody and is scheduled to appear in court in Saskatchewan on Monday, October 3, 2022, at 9 a.m.

The Saskatchewan RCMP Provost unit will assist in the transport of Mackenzie pursuant to Sec. 503(3)(b) of the Criminal Code, from Halifax, NS, to Saskatoon, SK, within the 6-day remand time. The Saskatchewan RCMP Provost unit's involvement in this transport follows routine protocol for partner police agencies requiring assistance. The Saskatchewan RCMP would like to thank partner police agencies including the RCMP and Halifax Regional Police Integrated Criminal Investigation Division for their assistance with this investigation.

Background (issued in August 2022):
Saskatoon RCMP received a report in March 2022 of an assault that occurred in November 2021 in the Rural Municipality of Viscount in Saskatchewan. As a result of investigation, on July 18, 2022, 36-year-old Jeremy Mackenzie of Nova Scotia was charged with:
1 count, assault, section 266 of the Criminal Code 1 count, point a firearm, section 87(2) of the Criminal Code 1 count, use a restricted weapon in a careless manner, section 86(1) of the Criminal Code 1 count, mischief, section 430(4) of the Criminal Code





(Information pulled from CBC Saskatoon & RCMP)

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