Edmonton, Alberta – The EPS’ Domestic Offender Crimes Section (DOCS) is seeking the whereabouts of 21-year-old Keyshawn McMillan who is wanted on Canada-wide warrants in connection to a human trafficking and intimate partner violence investigation.
On March 9, 2021, police responded to the report of an assault with a weapon at a motel in the area of 151 Street and 111 Avenue. It was reported that McMillan violently assaulted a 19-year-old female. McMillan was arrested on scene and charged with assault with a weapon.
On August 9, 2021, another violent assault with a weapon reportedly took place at a different motel in the area of 168 Street and 118 Avenue involving McMillan and the same 19-year-old woman. McMillan seriously assaulted the woman, threatened her and forcefully confined her to the motel room. The woman was able to escape the room the following day on August 10, 2021. Upon further investigation, detectives learned that McMillan forced the female into the sex trade and trafficked her.
McMillan is wanted by the Edmonton Police Service on Canada-wide warrants for human trafficking, forcible confinement, aggravated assault, uttering threats, assault with a weapon, multiple breach of conditions, along with various other charges. He was subpoenaed to attend court on August 17, 2021 in relation to the assault on March 9, 2021 but he did not appear and has been actively evading police since March. Anyone offering McMillan assistance in evading arrest could also face charges.
McMillan is a Black male who stands 5’9” and weighs approximately 170 lbs. He has dark brown eyes and black hair. He has “King” tattooed across the fingers on his right hand, “Kilo” tattooed across the fingers on his left hand and two, three-inch burn scars on both his left and right forearms. McMillan is from the Edmonton area and has strong ties to the city. He is also known by the following aliases: Kilo or Keysean Morris.
The EPS has partnered with the Bolo Program to complement police efforts in locating McMillan. The Bolo Program amplifies police requests for public assistance on most wanted cases, focusing on the most serious criminal offences. In cooperation with the Crime Stoppers Association of Edmonton and Northern Alberta, the Bolo Program offers a reward up to $50,000 for any information leading to the arrest of this suspect. This reward is only available until June 9, 2022.
McMillan is considered violent and therefore should not be approached. Investigators are urging anyone with information regarding McMillan’s whereabouts to contact the EPS directly at 780-423-4567 or #377 from a mobile phone. Anonymous information can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.p3tips.com/250.
Edmonton Police Service
MRU #: 21R198
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