Thunder Bay Police Issue Public Safety Advisory for High-Risk Offender: Eugene SOUCY

COMMUNITY SAFETY ADVISORY: High-risk offender in, or travelling through, city
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THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Thunder Bay Police Service has issued a public safety advisory regarding a high-risk offender who may be in, or travelling through, the community. Eugene SOUCY, 59, is considered a high-risk sex offender and was removed from a train in Longlac on April 13. He has since arranged for transportation that brought him to the City of Thunder Bay on April 14.

SOUCY has a criminal record that includes convictions between 1998 and 2013 for various crimes, such as prostitution of a person under 18, sexual assault, theft, and fraud. As part of the terms of his release, SOUCY is not allowed to attend public parks or swimming areas where those under the age of 16 are present or expected to be present. He is also prohibited from attending daycare centres, school grounds, playgrounds, and community centres. Furthermore, SOUCY is not allowed to seek or obtain employment or continue any employment, or volunteer in a capacity that involves being in a position of trust or authority towards persons under the age of 16 years.

SOUCY is described as five feet nine inches tall and 159 pounds. The Thunder Bay Police Service is issuing this advisory as a precautionary measure to protect public safety, which is among its top priorities.

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