recent news/press release dated jan 13
High Risk Sex Offender- Public Interest Notification
The RCMP has issued a public interest warning under the Privacy Act of Canada regarding a dangerous sex offender who poses a high risk of serious violence.
MCKAY, Ronald Lawrence - 43 years old
Height - 5’6" and 194 lbs
Brown eyes and Dark Brown long hair
Many tattoos on his upper body
Several tattoos on his left hand and wrist including a cross on his left middle finger
Ronald Lawrence MCKAY was released from Mountain Federal Corrections Institution on January 12th, 2007 and police believe he planned to reside in Prince Rupert, BC but his whereabouts is currently unknown. Most recently, MCKAY was convicted of three charges including Assault, Assault with a Weapon, and Sexual Assault with a Weapon.
Ronald Lawrence MCKAY is considered Highly Dangerous to the Public. There is a high risk that MCKAY will re-offend violently against a female including a sexual assault. MCKAYâ€™s has an extensive criminal history that includes violent sexual offences and weapons related offences.
MCKAY is subject to many court ordered conditions including:
- To keep the peace and be of good behavior
- Not to possess, carry, or own any weapons including knives except for carving and for the immediate preparation and consumption of food
- Not to consume or possess any alcohol or controlled substances
- Not to attend any licenced premise or establishment where alcohol is the primary commodity for sale
- Not to be outside his residence between 11:00pm and 6:00am
- To immediately inform a Probation Officer of a relationship with any intimate partner and to consent to that partner being informed of his Criminal Record in the presence of a Probation Officer
- Not to possess any needles or syringes
- Must submit to having his picture taken by any Peace Officer at any time
- Must report to the RCMP and Probation within 48 hours of his release from custody and thereafter as directed
- Must reside in a place approved by a Probation Officer and must not change that address without prior written approval of a Probation Officer
- Not to leave the Province of British Columbia without approval of a Probation Officer
- Attend and participate in assessments and counseling as directed by a Probation Officer
Should you note any suspicious behavior including, but not limited to a breach of these conditions, please contact the Prince Rupert RCMP Detachment at (250)624-2136.
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