The Calgary Police Service has sent out a notice warning the public that a high-risk offender has been released into the Calgary area.
Bradley Keenatch, 33, was released into the Calgary community on Thursday, November 2, and is being monitored by the Calgary Police Service High Risk Offender Program.
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Keenatch was convicted of a laundry list of offences including aggravated sexual assault, break and enter, escaping lawful custody, possession of a weapon, and mischief, according to a release from the Calgary Police Service.
The release states that the woman who Keenatch sexually assault was unknown to him.
“The Calgary Police Service is issuing this information and warning after careful deliberation and consideration of all related issues, including privacy concerns, in the belief that it is clearly in the public interest to inform the members of the community of the relocation of Keenatch,” the release read.
All of his crimes were committed in Saskatchewan, and he served a 9-year sentence before being released.
The release states that Keenatch “is described as Indigenous, 5’9”, 170 pounds, with a medium build, black hair and brown eyes. Keenatch wears glasses and has tattoos of a bear claw on his left hand and “CORY” on his chest.”