Second arrest warrant issued for wanted Florenceville-Bristol man

(Submitted/Woodstock Police)

A second arrest warrant has been issued for a Florneceville-Bristol man who is wanted on numerous charges.

Woodstock Police say an arrest warrant was issued on May 11th for 30-year old Ramone Anthony Burrell, who is facing charges that include criminal harassment, intimidation and obstruction of justice.

Investigators say Burrell is also wanted by the RCMP on charges of assault and assault with a weapon, and a second arrest warrant was issued for him after he failed to appear in Woodstock Provincial Court on Wednesday.

He is described as standing 5'10" tall with a heavy build, short black hair and black eyes.

Police say Burrell tends to wear dark clothing, and is known to drive a 2014 black Nissan Sentra with New Brunswick licence plate number JLR-999.

He also has access to a 2003 black GMC Envoy with New Brunswick licence plate number JSN-586 and a 2007 black Pontiac Torrent with New Brunswick licence plate number JVX-368.

Burrell is believed to frequent communities in western parts of New Brunswick, including Fredericton, Woodstock, Jacksonville, Centreville and Perth-Andover, and has connections within the Maritime Provinces and Ontario.

The public is asked not to approach Ramone Anthony Burrell if he is seen, but to call police immediately.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Sgt. Paula Hanson of Woodstock Police at 506-325-4601, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).