PUBLIC WARNING: Edward Currie, 40 Year Old Violent Offender, Released in Edmonton

The Edmonton Police Service is informing the general public that Edward Currie, a violent offender, has been released from prison.

EDMONTON — The EPS is informing the public about the release of a convicted violent offender. He’s been released back into the general public of the Edmonton, Alberta area after being behind bars for criminal acts.

The Edmonton Police Service specifically states that they have reasonable grounds to believe he will commit another violent offence against someone while in the community.

He will be closely monitored by the EPS Behavioral Assessment Unit.

Edward Currie, profile
Edward Currie, profile
Edward Currie is described as:

Age: 40 years
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Green
Height: 6 feet 2
Weight: 190 pounds

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Edward must abide by the following conditions:
  • Must abide by a curfew of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily.
  • Must abstain from the purchase, possession or consumption of alcohol and drugs, including marijuana.
  • Must not be found in any tavern, bar, lounge, nightclub or any establishment where the primary focus is the consumption or sale of alcohol.
  • Must not leave the City of Edmonton without prior approval from his supervisor.
  • Must not enter into a dating, intimate, sexual relationship with any person or any friendships with females without disclosure to his supervisor.
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If you believe you’ve witnessed Edward Currie breaking the law, or any of his conditions, you are being asked to call the Edmonton Police Service at 780-423-4567.

If you see Edward while you’re out and about, you’re being asked not to approach him or engage in any form of vigilante action.


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Jody Mitoma

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  • Laura Raynor
    February 18, 2017 at 9:49 AM
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    He’s obviously served his time. Hopefully they sentenced him the longest they could’ve, but it does sound like he could’ve used more time either way.

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    • February 19, 2017 at 4:40 PM
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      Did you even read his offence? Violent offence. Violent enough to be incarcerated and the public given a warning about his release. Your reply was immature and idiotic. Go troll the videos posted on Facebook and leave the replies on serious news to the grown ups.

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