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CAS Driver Sexually Assaults Boy
September 25, 2010 permalink
A driver for CAS in York Region has been charged with sexual interference with a minor for stopping his car while driving the boy from a supervised visit at the CAS offices and assaulting him sexually. The accused is being treated with kid gloves.
York Region CAS driver charged with sexual interference with a minor
Canada Court Watch has received information from the public that a driver with the York Region CAS has been charged by police for sexual assault on a young child from the York CAS Region.
It is alleged that the driver stopped his car while driving the boy from a supervised visit at the CAS offices and assaulted by the young boy sexually in his vehicle.
Even though the CAS worker was released on bail, the bail conditions DID NOT include that the driver not have contact with other children or that he could not continue to drive for CAS.
The lax bail conditions imposed by the Crown in York Region bring into question if CAS workers get special treatment. In many cases, persons charged with sexual assault on a minor are not allowed to be in the presence of younger children. Yet no such condition has been imposed on this CAS worker. There is no condition that he cannot continue to drive or volunteer at school with other young children.
The York Region CAS driver is to appear in court October 5, 2010 in the Newmarket Court.
Source: Canada Court Watch