A convicted sex offender who molested his year-old nephew - his fifth conviction for abusing a child - will be named on the national sex offender registry for the rest of his life. Any use of the information or data for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. Court heard the victim, then 11, was molested by his uncle in the basement of his home during a family gathering on Dec.
The Information Privacy Commissioner has approved the release of some information from the Ontario Sex Offender Registry OSOR ; specifically, the total number of registered sex offenders residing in a geographic area, identified by the first three digits of a postal code.
He was also placed on probation for three years. Copyright owned or licensed by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. Subscribe to this Page.
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The information provided is not in real time. Tyler Chambers, 31, was arrested in May after he approached a year-old boy outside a community centre in St. This does not necessarily mean that more crime occurs in the area. Skip to Content.
He also had prior convictions from for sexual touching and two counts of sexual assault, and for sexual assault. Questions or Concerns? Any use of the information or data for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. As a result, parts of the site may not function properly for you.
He was arrested near the school and charged with invitation to sexual touching, uttering threats and failing to comply with a court order.
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