Excessive-risk intercourse offender with prolonged parking ticket dwelling in Winnipeg after his launch, say police – Winnipeg
The Manitoba Integrated Sex Offender Unit (MIHRSOU) warns the public of the release of a convicted sex offender who is believed to be at high risk of sexual violence against all people, especially women and children.
Marcel Hank Charlette, 48, will be released from the Brandon Correctional Center Thursday after serving his sentence for violating his terms.
Charlette previously received a 10-year prison sentence for assaulting a young woman behind bars who he had locked up and who, according to the police, had also suffered “severe psychological damage” as a result of the incident.
The convicted sex offender, released in Winnipeg, has a long criminal record, according to police
His extensive criminal record contains convictions for manslaughter in the death of a two-year-old child and several assaults on women dating back to the 1990s.
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Charlette – also known as “Hank Marcel Caribou”, “Hank Charlette”, “Peewee” and “Bald Eagle” – is expected to live in Winnipeg.
Upon his release, Charlette faces a life-long gun ban and conditions prohibiting alcohol and drugs. He must also live in an approved residence, adhere to a strict curfew, and comply with exit controls.
Charlette is described as six feet, 123 lbs, with a bald head, brown eyes and a range of tattoos, including tears and “1972” around the eyes, a pretzel, and the name “Carrie” on his neck, “Indian Posse “. “On his stomach and dragons on both arms.
Anyone with information on Charlette is asked to call the Winnipeg Police Department at 204-986-6222, a local RCMP division, or Manitoba Crime Stoppers at 204-786-8477.
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