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Police release high risk offender
Published Thursday, May 16, 2013 9:40AM MDT
Police are notifying the public that a high risk offender, Danny Edward Depew, who has a history of sexually assaulting girls, will be released into the Calgary area.
The Calgary Police is notifying the public that a high risk offender, who has a history of assaulting female children, is being released from custody.
Danny Edward Depew, 46, has been released into the Calgary area following an 18-month sentence for breaching a peace bond.
Police say that Depew is being monitored by the CPS High Risk Offender program on a probation order that will last two years.
He has been convicted of several offences in the province, including:
- sexual assault
- sexual exploitation of a person with a disability
- dangerous operation of a motor vehicle
- break and enter
- causing a disturbance
He is described as:
- approximately 160 lbs
- grey hair
- blue eyes
- fair complexion
Police are releasing the information about Depew’s release after careful deliberation and say it is clearly in the public interest to do so.