LOCATED: Kingston Police warn public of dangerous driver in stolen vehicle
UPDATE (Friday, Apr. 21, 2023):
Robert Sly-Day has been located by the Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement Squad in Belleville after they received information regarding his whereabouts from the Kingston Police Street Crime Unit.
Sly-Day had been wanted on multiple charges including operating a stolen vehicle in a dangerous manner. According to a release from Kingston Police, dated Friday, Apr. 21, 2023, the investigation is continuing and police wish to reassure the public that Sly-Day no longer poses a safety concern within the community.
Police also wish to thank the public for all of the tips that were received in regard to this individual’s possible location, and stated that more details will be released next week.
Original article (Friday, Apr. 14, 2023):
Kingston Police have released the above photo and “wish to warn the public of an individual who is believed to be operating a stolen vehicle in a dangerous manner.”
In a press release issued at approximately 12:45 p.m. on Friday, Apr. 14, 2023, Kingston Police said officers have responded to multiple incidents involving an individual who has been observed “operating a stolen vehicle in an extremely dangerous manner.”
Asked for clarification on when this occurred, Kingston Police confirmed these incidents have taken place throughout the current week, and remain part of an ongoing investigation.
The man in question was identified by police as Robert Sly-Day, a 31-year-old from Kingston. Sly-Day is described as a Caucasian male, and was last observed wearing a flat-brim hat, a black hooded sweatshirt, and black, thick-rimmed glasses, according to police.
Sly-Day was last known to be operating a stolen 2009 grey two-door Chevrolet Cobalt with the Ontario licence plate CETE 017.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Sly-Day or the vehicle mentioned above is asked to contact Kingston Police at 613-549-4660.
“If you believe you see SLY-DAY or the vehicle he was last observed driving, DO NOT approach and contact police at 9-1-1.”