ALERT: Wanted sex-trafficking suspect known to go between Fort McMurray and Edmonton

Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) has announced a Canada-wide warrant for a human trafficking suspect.

Kemron Alexander has been known to travel to Fort McMurray, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Kelowna, and the B.C. lower mainland area, with connections to Ontario.

Alexander faces 11 criminal charges related to human trafficking and the sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl.

Police do not recommend approaching the suspect as he is known to carry weapons.

Charges against Kemron Alexander include:

  • Trafficking a person under the age of 18;
  • Procuring a person under the age of 18;
  • Sexual exploitation;
  • Arrangement for sexual offence against a child;
  • Obtaining sexual services for consideration;
  • Material benefit from sex trafficking;
  • Advertisement of sexual services;
  • Overcoming resistance to commission of offence;
  • Sexual assault;
  • Sexual interference; and
  • Invitation to sexual touching.

“Our primary concern is supporting this child victim and exhausting every measure to ensure she is protected from her alleged perpetrator. We need to get him in custody and we need the public’s help in locating him,” said Staff Sergeant Frank Page, ALERT.

According to ALERT, the investigation began in May 2022 with the assistance of Fort McMurray RCMP, Kelowna RCMP, and Vancouver Police.

The child was apprehended pursuant to the Protection of Sexually Exploited Children Act and has received support and specialized care resources. She has since been returned to the care of her mother.

Survivors of sex trafficking can call 211 for help.

ALERT’s Human Trafficking Counter Exploitation unit investigates domestic human trafficking involving sexual exploitation occurring in Alberta. The integrated unit also works in collaboration with agencies and organizations involved in rescuing and supporting survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

If you have any information, please contact the Wood Buffalo RCMP at 780-788-4040 or if you wish to remain anonymous you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, online at

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