Troy Henson (left) who used to run the Princess Avenue diner The Angry Chef, was charged on May 30, 2017 with three counts of trafficking in controlled substance alongside Adrian Skerratt (right). Skerratt pleaded guilty in February 2020, Henson is wanted by police. (Jenna Hauck/ Progress file)

Chilliwack’s ‘Angry Chef’ wanted by RCMP for drug trafficking

Former diner operator Troy Henson wanted for case dating back to 2017

The Angry Chef hasn’t been cooking up his tasty burgers downtown Chilliwack for several years, and he’s been wanted by police for a long time.

Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers weekly most wanted list from June 14, 2020 included Chilliwack’s Troy Henson who is wanted for trafficking in controlled substance. (Crime Stoppers)

Troy Jonathan Henson, 42, who used to run the Princess Avenue diner The Angry Chef, was charged on May 30, 2017 with three counts of trafficking in controlled substance alongside 32-year-old Adrian Jonathan Skerratt. Also on the file is 52-year-old Thomas Edward Borecky who faced three counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking.

All three were first scheduled in court on August 28, 2018. Borecky and Skerratt appeared but Henson did not.

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A warrant was issued for his arrest on that day 22 months ago, according to Court Services Online. On Friday, Henson’s mugshot appeared in Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers weekly “most wanted” list.

Henson is described as 5’8” (172 centimetres) tall, weighing 400 pounds (180 kilograms), with brown hair and brown eyes. The latest Canadawide warrant has been in effect since June 10, 2020.

In February of this year, Skerratt pleaded guilty to two of the 2017 charges, while Borecky pleaded guilty to all three was facing. The two are next due in Chilliwack provincial court July 8 for a pre-sentence report in advance of a sentencing at a later date.

The weekly Crime Stoppers fan-out service is based on information provided by police investigators who need public assistance in identifying individuals involved in committing crimes.

Anyone with information regarding Henson or anyone listed by Crime Stoppers can contact them anonymously. Tips could be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000 upon arrest and charge. Tipsters are never be asked for names nor asked to appear in court.


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