High risk sex offender will be living in Chilliwack-Hope area

A public warning has been issued regarding Graham Lackey, described by the Ministry of Justice as a high risk repeat sex offender.

A high-risk repeat sex offender is being released into the community, and will soon be living in the Chilliwack-Hope area.

Forty-six year old Graham Lackey is the subject of a public notification sent out by the Ministry of Justice, Corrections Branch.

His significant criminal history includes indecent exposure, possession of child pornography, uttering threats, theft under $5000 and breach of probation.

Lackey will be closely monitored by authorities and must follow 13 court-ordered conditions as part of his probation order.

Lackey will not be allowed to possess, own or carry any weapons. He will not be allowed to consume or possess alcohol or any controlled substances. He won’t be allowed to have contact, direct or indirect, with anyone under the age of 16 years, and he won’t be allowed near a public park, swimming area, daycare centre, school or playground where they may be present.

Lackey won’t be allowed to own, possess or access any personal computers or electronic devices capable of accessing the internet.

Lackey is five-foot-10 and weighs 179 pounds. He is Caucasian with brown hair and blue eyes.

Anyone who sees him breaching any of his conditions is asked to call their local RCMP detachment.

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