Albert on Monday afternoon to protest the residence of Donald Dupuis, who was released in Rehabilitate sex offenders in St. Albert after serving a sentence for child sexual offences. The Gazette could not independently confirm claims Dupuis was planning to move July 6. Performing arts classes return to St.
RCMP issued a media release at the time warning residents Dupuis was a high-risk offender whose criminal record includes convictions for assault causing bodily harm, domestic violence, death threats and intimidation. Albert high risk offender. Zak Gladue, who had joined the protesters outside Stene's house, came to St.
Experts discuss the likelihood.
Police said he will be living in a St. Dupuis was convicted of a number of charges, including sexual interference of a child, assault, assault causing bodily harm, assault with a weapon, uttering threats to cause death and intimidation. Berthelot said rehabilitate sex offenders in St.
Albert him back in the neighbourhood has been a major source of stress. Gagnon had been babysitting for Pidgeon.
Pidgeon said she was compelled to come protest because her six-month-old son, Phoenix Jones-Pidgeon, was murdered in July By Kendra Slugoski Global News. Albert Sep 3, AM. Performing arts classes return to St. Protesters gathered on the sidewalk to shout back at her. More Local News.
The protests were peaceful, but the day got heated several times when Cherish Kreibom, who lives with Dupuis, left the house to confront protesters, telling them to leave her and Dupuis alone. By Kendra Slugoski Global News. Smaller font Descrease article font size - A. Pidgeon said she was compelled to come protest because her six-month-old son, Phoenix Jones-Pidgeon, was murdered in July Updated April 9, pm.
She said it was nice to see so much support for her and her family from the group.