Police looking for man wanted in Conacher Drive firearm incident

Christopher Sealy. Photo via Kingston Police.

Police have released the above photo and are actively looking for the suspect involved in an incident involving a firearm in Kingston’s north end last week.

Kingston Police were called to the scene of a dispute outside the townhouse units at 312 Conacher Drive at approximately 12:15 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019. The argument involve four or five people, one of whom brought a gun and pointed it at one of the parties before firing it into the air, according to Det. Sgt. Jay Finn of Kingston Police. Neighbours reported the incident involved at least two males and a female. Kingston Police, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Emergency Response Team (ERT), and Canine Units attended the scene and combed the area for evidence throughout the afternoon.

The suspect then fled the area as a passenger in a white vehicle. Police were able to find and speak to the driver of that vehicle, who indicated that he’d dropped the suspect off downtown. The suspect has not been seen since then, Finn said.

Police executed a search warrant at the suspect’s home, however, the firearm was not found, and it is possible the firearm is still with the suspect, police said.

The suspect, Christopher McDonald Sealy, 31, stands approximately 6’2” and weighs about 200 lbs, with an average build and a large neck tattoo. Seal is known to have links to Kingston and the Greater Toronto Area.

There is currently a warrant out for Sealy’s arrest on the following charges:

  • Possession of a weapon while prohibited
  • Possession of a weapon dangerous to public peace
  • Possession of firearm while unlicensed
  • Pointing a firearm
  • Discharging a firearm
  • Criminal harassment

Sealy is known to police had has a previous record, including involvement in violent crimes. The suspect’s photo above is from January of 2018. Anyone who sees the Sealy should not approach him, but instead call 9-1-1 or Kingston Police at 613-549-4660 ext. 0, according to Finn.

With files from Cris Vilela.

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