Creston RCMP have issued a notification in the interest of public safety regarding Jason Neil Beaudry, who was released from a provincial correctional institution on Sept. 17 and will be residing in Creston.
“Beaudry has a criminal history including violent and sexual offences,” said a press release by Staff Sgt. Bob Gollan. “He has also been known to use weapons. Past victims include adult females and males.”
The 34-year-old is 180 centimetres (five feet, 11 inches) tall and weighs 84 kilograms (185 pounds). He is of First Nations descent and has brown hair, brown eyes and a scar on his left ear.
A probation order issued on May 17, 2011, took effect upon his release from custody as a result of his convictions for two breaches of recognizance and obstructing justice.
“Beaudry,” the release said, “is subject to court-ordered conditions that include:
“•Keep the peace and be of good behavior;
“•Notify the court or the probation officer in advance of any change of name or address, and promptly notify the court or the probation officer of change of employment or occupation;
“•To provide probation officer with address and not change residency without the prior approval of probation officer;
“•Not to be out of his residence if having consumed any alcohol or non-prescription drugs with in the previous 12 hours or when he has alcohol or non-prescription drugs in his body; [and]
“•Not to be outside of his residence under the influence of alcohol or drugs.”
Anyone observing Beaudry in violation of the above conditions, is requested to not approach him, but immediately contact 911 or the Creston RCMP at 250-428-9313.