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article imageHigh risk sex offender released to Toronto

By KJ Mullins     Sep 23, 2010 in Crime
Toronto - On Thursday Ronald Peter Tibando finished serving a 20-year sentence for sexual assault, aggravated sexual assault, forcible confinement and assault causing bodily harm. He has been released in Toronto.
Tibando has been released even though he is considered to be a high risk by local police services.
The Behavioural Assessment Section of the Toronto Police Service's Sex Crimes Unit, in partnership with York Regional Police and Correctional Services Canada, have all deemed Tibando, 43, to be a high risk to re-offend.
Tibando was in prison for raping two women in 1980 in underground Toronto parking garages. While on parole in April, 1989, he attacked a woman from behind when she got off a Peel Region bus. Tibando dragged the woman to a park and sexually assaulted her.
Being behind bars did not stop this predator from sexually assaulting a female staff member and forcibly confining another during the same incident.
Ronald Tibando will be residing in Toronto. He is under a judicial restraint order and will be subject to a number of conditions. Tibando is to report weekly to the police. He is to have no contact with his former victims. He is not allowed in any public park. He is not to be in any underground parking structure. He is not allowed to buy, possess or consume any alcohol or non-prescription drugs. He is to comply with the imposed weapons prohibitions. His curfew is between 11 pm and 6 am. He is not to associate with any person that is known by him to be involved in criminal activity.
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