CALGARY (660 NEWS) – The Calgary Police Service, (CPS), has issued a warning to the public following the release of an inmate that has served his sentence.
After thirteen months for breaching court orders, Alexandre Passechnikov, 35, was released Friday.
Passechnikov has faced convictions of sexual assault, choking, theft, possession of property obtained by crime, failing to comply with a probation order, robbery, forcible confinement, break and enter, uttering threats, mischief, and obstructing a peace officer in either Montreal or Edmonton.
Release of high-risk offender – Alexandre PASSECHNIKOV.
He will now be closely monitored by the #Calgary Police Service High Risk Offender Program.
— Calgary Police (@CalgaryPolice) September 19, 2020
CPS also warned that Passechnikov has a dangerous, possibly life-threatening medical condition that could be passed via bodily fluids and it is believed he has attempted to have unprotected sex with women.
The CPS High Risk Offender Program is monitoring him.
Passechnikov is 6’1″, 166 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.
CPS reminds the public that the release of this information is not to have actions taken against Passechnikov, but to advise them to take precautionary measures.