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Surrey RCMP Officer Dario Devic Pleads Guilty To Breach Of Trust After Creep Catchers Sting

Darpan News Desk, 30 Aug, 2018
  • Surrey RCMP Officer Dario Devic Pleads Guilty To Breach Of Trust After Creep Catchers Sting
Surrey RCMP Constable who was charged after a Creep Catchers sting two years ago, has pleaded guilty to one of the charges against him.
 
 
Const. Dario Devic was arrested in September 2016, just days after Surrey Creep Catchers—whose stated goal is to expose sexual predators on social media—streamed live on Facebook an encounter with a man the group alleged was an RCMP officer who was attempting to meet a teenager for sex.
 
 
Devic was charged with attempting to lure a child under the age of 16 and breach of public trust. His lawyer, Rishi Gill, says the other more serious charge, attempting to lure a child under the age of 16, will be stayed.
 
 
He says photographs sent to Devic clearly showed an adult woman and Devic never intended to meet a minor.
 
 
His sentencing hearing is scheduled for Sept. 11.

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