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High risk sex offender James Edward Muldoon to reside in Vancouver

The Vancouver Police Department believes that compelling circumstances exist requiring the Department to warn the public of a high risk sex offender being released from jail. He will be residing in the City of Vancouver and he poses a significant risk to the safety of adult females.

 

James Edward Muldoon recently completed a 3½ year sentence for break and enter and assault. He has prior convictions for offences which include sexual assault with a weapon, robbery, forcible confinement ,  and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm.

 

The Correctional Service of Canada has assessed Muldoon as a high risk to re-offend both sexually and violently.

 

Muldoon is described as a 61 year-old white male, 5’4” tall, and 178 lbs. He has gray hair, and brown eyes.

 

Upon his release, Muldoon must abide by the following conditions:

 

-Not to be alone with any female in any residence without approval of bail supervisor.

-Not to be in contact with any sex trade workers.

-Not to possess or consume alcohol or any controlled substance.

-Not to enter any establishment where alcohol is the primary commodity of sale.

-Not to be outside of his residence between the hours of 11:00 pm and 6:00 am daily, except for the purposes of employment.

-Not to possess any weapon.

 

Anyone witnessing James Muldoon in violation of any of these conditions is asked to contact police immediately at 9-1-1.

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