Residency for the assailant of a young girl

News 12 July, 2017
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    Andréanne Larouche

    Wednesday, 12 July 2017 12:26

    Wednesday, 12 July 2017 12:26

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    A man who abducted and assaulted a young girl of 9 years at Alma in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean in 2066 will finish serving his sentence in a center supervised.

    Michel Fradette was introduced in the middle of the night in the bedroom of a young girl of 9 years, before bringing it with him and sexually assault.

    The investigation of the officers had subsequently identified five teenage girls who had also been victimized by him from 1997 to 2002.

    Michel Fradette is now subject to a supervision order, as it has been declared long-term offender for a period of 10 years, from the end of his sentence.

    In addition, the parole Board of Canada has just imposed a residency for a period of six months. The latter must therefore remain in a center supervised.

    The man has tried to escape this condition, under the pretext that he wanted to be able to invite people to his home and see his family more often, which has not convinced the commission.

    The commission considers that this condition is necessary to protect society and to facilitate reintegration into the community.

    The risk of recurrence of Michel Fradette is currently rated at a level “moderate-high”.