Beaudry changes mind, plans to live in Vancouver

Last week, B.C. justice officials issued a public warning about high-risk, violent sex offender

  • Nov. 29, 2014 2:00 p.m.

Jason Beaudry has changed plans and is going to live in Vancouver, instead of Cranbrook as was announced last week, said the Ministry of Justice corrections branch Friday .

 

Last week, B.C. justice officials issued a public warning about high-risk, violent sex offender Jason Beaudry, 37. He  was released in Kamloops and at first planned to live in Cranbrook.

 

He has at least 70 convictions, including violent and sexual offences and weapons charges, involving men, women, strangers and acquaintances, said BC Corrections.

 

Beaudry, who is 5’11” tall and 180 pounds, is subject to close monitoring and 13 court-ordered conditions including following a curfew, and avoiding places with alcohol or drugs.

 

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