Donald Kocurek has been deemed a high-risk violent offender

High-risk offender to live in the Lower Mainland

Transit Police says Donald Kocurek is likely to reoffend

Transit Police has issued a warning to the public of a high-risk offender being released from custody.

Donald Kocurek, 46, will be living in the Lower Mainland.

Kocurek has been deemed a high-risk violent offender, likely to re-offend, by the Correctional Service of Canada.

Kocurek’s release includes the following conditions:

  • Not to possess knives
  • No to possess any liquid, spray, or powder capable of injuring, immobilizing, or otherwise incapacitating any person.

The public is asked to call 9-1-1 immediately if anyone witnesses him violating these conditions.

 


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