Convicted animal killer and violent offender Kayla Bourque relocating to Surrey

Jul 4 2018, 12:47 am

Kayla Bourque, a high-risk offender and convicted animal killer, will be relocating to Surrey, BC.

According to a public warning from the Ministry of Public Safety, Bourque, 28, was convicted of causing unnecessary pain, suffering or injury to animals, willfully and without lawful excuse killing animals, and possessing a weapon for dangerous purpose in 2009.

The former SFU student killed two family pets and admitted to a classmate that she also fantasized about killing homeless people and members of her family.

Borque was released from jail with three years probation that included over 40 conditions. She relocated to New Westminster in 2016.

The Ministry of Public Safety did not specify what Surrey neighbourhood Borque would be moving to. However, she is “subject to highly intensive monitoring by authorities and 43 court-ordered conditions.”

These include:

  • A daily curfew between the hours of 10 pm and 6 am
  • Electronic monitoring and supervision
  • No contact or association with any person under the age of 18
  • No attendance allowed at any public school, parks, playgrounds, public swimming pools, or areas adjacent to swimming pools
  • No access to, possession control, or ownership of any device capable of accessing the Internet
  • No access to social media sites

Borque is 162 cm (5’4″) tall and weighs 210 lbs. She has brown eyes and black hair.

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