News Wanted man turns himself in, police continue Canada-wide search for trio SHARE ON: Gerry Lampow, staff Friday, Oct. 8th, 2021 [Left to Right] Mali Jean, Billy Glenold-Fluery and Bechir Ben Salah. [Photo supplied by the Saskatchewan RCMP, used with permission.] Kenny Jouthe has turned himself in to the authorities as police continue to search for three others wanted on Canada-wide warrants. Jouthe presented himself at the Saskatoon Provincial Court on October 6 without incident. He is scheduled to return to court in Saskatoon, November 16th at 9:30 a.m. Police continue to search for Billy Glenold-Fleury (DOB: August 9, 1989), Bechir Ben Salah (DOB: April 9, 1989) and Mali Jean (DOB: April 18, 1988). The men are wanted on Canada-wide warrants and face charges for alleged Trafficking Persons, Material Benefit from Trafficking in Persons, Withholding or Destroying Identity Documents and charges relating to Participating in the Activities of a Criminal Organization. Police say the men all have ties to Saskatchewan, Quebec, Alberta, and British Columbia and encourage anyone with information on these men to contact your nearest police service, RCMP Detachment or call Crime Stoppers and at 1-800-222-8477.