- Feb 7, 2009
This guy is a real SLUG.
They said he had a job that caused him to travel - but did not say to which areas he travelled. He used online dating sites all the time also.
Police have charged a 56-year-old man — said to be HIV positive — with aggravated sex assault after an on-line meeting led to a 17-year-old girl being attacked.
Xavier Robert Bissonnette is charged with aggravated assault with police alleging he met the teen through an online dating website.
On June 8 he drove to a summer camp where the teen was attending, picked her up and took her to a Calgary address where he allegedly sexually assaulted her.
RCMP were in contact with Calgary cops after concerns surfaced and the girl was reported missing from the camp.
Working with a description of a vehicle police were able to track the distraught victim down to a southwest Calgary address.
Police said Bissonnette was diagnosed with HIV in 1998 and allegedly did not disclose to his alleged victim.
Police believe there are other victims who may be unaware of the accused’s medical history are urging any of them to contact them.
Anyone with further information about this, or similar incidents, is asked to call the Calgary Police Service Sex Crimes Unit at 403-428-8175, or Crime Stoppers anonymously.
HIV-positive man arrested for sexually assaulting teen | Calgary | News | Calgary Sun