Sex offenders are dangerous predators of our society, attacking mostly young, innocent children and teenagers. Unfortunately, Winnipeg is not an exception and sex offenders live among us and walk freely around children.
Winnipeg Police had conducted an operation in the city between October 3rd and October 12th, which resulted in multiple arrests and charges. Six high-risk sex offenders were arrested, that led to 18 charges altogether. Below is a list of arrested predators:
Dalas Darcy Broekaert, 48, was arrested Oct. 9 on two counts of failing to comply with a probation order.
Travis Patrick Seymour, 27, was arrested Oct. 10 for seven sexual offenses that took place between March and September, as well as four breaches of court orders.
Justin David Levasseur, 28, was arrested Oct. 10 on a warrant for revocation of statutory release.
Michael Kenneth Chubb, 48, was arrested Oct. 10 on an outstanding warrant.
Thomas Meadows, 58, was arrested Oct. 11 for a theft that took place in August. He was also charged with breaching a long-term supervision order.
James Norman Campbell, 36, was arrested Oct. 12 on two counts of failing to comply with a court order.