Violent Offender Returning Home to Black Lake

Tuesday, August 05, 2003 at 15:53




The RCMP is alerting the public in Black Lake and Prince Albert that an offender with a history of violent crime is being released into the community.


MBC won’t reveal the man’s identity to protect his rights, but we can tell you that he is a 31-year-old man originally from Black Lake.


The Mounties say the man was released in Prince Albert on Friday and is believed to be returning to his home community of Black Lake.


The police say the offender has a history of committing violent offences against people he comes in contact with, whether they are known to him or not. In previous offences, his victims were adults.


He has been released under several conditions, including: keeping the peace, abiding by an 11pm to 7am curfew and abstaining from consuming or possessing alcohol. He is also not allowed to enter any liquor establishment and cannot possess a firearm or a knife, other than for the preparation of food.


Any member of the public in Black Lake or Prince Albert wanting further information on this offender can contact the Stony Rapids or Prince Albert RCMP detachments.