Calgary police are warning the public about the release of a high-risk offender back into the city yesterday.
Keegan Troy Spearchief, 23, was released on bail as he awaits charges of trespassing by night and breaching his conditions.
“We believe Spearchief poses a risk to re-offend to the community of Calgary,” said Staff Sgt. Todd Zelensky.
A judge had previously denied Spearchief bail until all information regarding the case was heard yesterday.
Spearchief has a history of randomly selecting homes, breaking in and sexually assaulting females. Police said he is more dangerous under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Spearchief is out on bail on a number of conditions including seeking and maintaining employment, a curfew from midnight until 6 a.m., prohibition from drugs and alcohol, and a residency requirement.
Spearchief was previously designated as a high-risk offender and is under the supervision of the police’s high-risk offender program.
“We have a variety of techniques and strategies we employ with every high-risk offender,” said Zelensky.
He added police don’t support any actions of vigilante justice against Spearchief.
For more information, contact Sgt. Rich Veldhoen at (403) 206-8711.
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