A sexual predator arrested in White Rock, B.C. final yr has acquired a jail sentence of seven-and-a-half years after he was discovered responsible of 17 fees, together with sexual assault.
Jack Kelley, 35, was the topic of a nationwide manhunt in 2020, for warrants associated to sexual assault, assault and illegal confinement.
He was sentenced in B.C. Provincial Court docket on Oct. 18, and the end result of the listening to was just lately shared with Burnaby RCMP.
“After months of investigation, coordination and painstaking effort, we’ve reached a profitable conclusion and I commend everybody concerned,” mentioned Insp. Matt Toews in a Monday information assertion.
“I hope this outcome will carry some consolation to the sufferer on this case.”
Some particulars of the court docket case, together with the identification of the sufferer, are lined by a publication ban.
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Burnaby RCMP first requested for public help in finding Kelley in February 2020 in response to 2 Canada-wide warrants and one warrant out of Burnaby.
On the time, Kelley — identified to police — was considered residing in Burnaby below court docket orders to not date or have interaction in any intimate relationships with girls till his bail supervisor had knowledgeable that particular person of his recognizance.
In July, the Mounties arrested Kelley in White Rock and took him into custody.
He then confronted 15 fees, together with assault inflicting bodily hurt, uttering threats and sexual assault.
He was convicted two weeks in the past on 17 fees: one depend every of assault, sexual assault and legal harassment, and two counts every of assault inflicting bodily hurt, illegal confinement, uttering threats and trying to impede justice.
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“We can not undo the hurt this man has triggered, however we are able to and can at all times attempt for justice and group security,” Towes mentioned.
The investigation was led by Burnaby RCMP’s home violence unit, investigative help and critical crimes groups, he added, with “help from virtually each different part within the detachment.”
Victims of sexual assault are urged to contact native police, mentioned the RCMP on Monday.
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