Man who allegedly assaulted his wife sought by Comox Valley RCMP

Comox Valley RCMP are seeking a man with a lengthy criminal record who allegedly assaulted his wife Aug. 4 in the morning hours.

Justin Prokopetz is being sought by the Comox Valley RCMP for allegedly assaulting his wife.

Comox Valley RCMP are seeking a man with a lengthy criminal record who allegedly assaulted his wife Aug. 4 in the morning hours.

Justin Prokopetz allegedly assaulted her on Kentwood Road in Courtenay, Comox Valley RCMP state in a press release.

This family has a history of domestic violence and Prokopetz has a lengthy criminal record with more than 25 convictions, the RCMP note.

He is an unlicensed driver and is believed to be operating a black Harley Davidson motorcycle, which doesn’t have a windshield, has only one seat, no saddle bags and is bearing an incorrect British Columbia licence plate.

Prokopetz is six-feet-two inches tall, 220 pounds, has short brown hair, green eyes and stocky build. He has numerous tattoos, including an eagle which covers his entire back, a dragon on his right shoulder and the word KHAIL on his right wrist.

Two unendorsed warrants have been issued for Prokopetz for charges of sexual assault, assault causing bodily harm, uttering threats and two counts of breach of probation.

Prokopetz is  aware that police are looking for him and the public should use caution and call 911 if they know his whereabouts, the RCMP caution.

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