When some one reads the article below, they normally think, well that's interesting but I don't live in that area of town so that article doesn't pertain to me and they go on with life--and hopefully will never have to face the the person in the article.
If you live, work, or do business in any town that has sex offenders, you should be aware of who they are, specially if you are a parent. Don't go crazy with worry, but be aware of the environment and the people around you and your family.
High-risk offender to live in West LethbridgePosted by Matthew Hoare
In the interest of public safety, the Lethbridge Regional Police Service issued the following public warning regarding the release of a federal inmate.
Charleton Earnest Cutts, 33, will be released from the Bowden Institution tomorrow after serving four years for sexual assault with a weapon and break, enter and commit.
Information contained in Cutts’ file indicates that he represents a significant risk to re-offend and poses a risk of significant harm to the community, in particular females.
Cutts is described as a 33-year-old Caucasian male, approximately 188 cm tall, 95 kg with brown hair and brown eyes. He has tattoos on his right forearm, right arm, left forearm and left wrist.
He will be living in the Varsity Village area of west Lethbridge and must abide by the following conditions:
- Prohibited from possessing any pornographic material
- Abstain from the use of drugs
- Attend for psychological counselling
- Have no contact with the victim
- Abide by a daily curfew requiring him to be inside his residence from 21:30 to 07:00
- Report to police weekly.
The intent of this process is to enable members of the public to take suitable precautionary measures and not to embark on any form of vigilante action.
University of Lethbridge president, Mike Mahon, emailed the university community advising them to immediately contact U of L security if Cutts is seen on the premises.