Police issued a warning to the public of the release of a man charged with indecent acts in Edmonton earlier this year.
The Edmonton Police Service said Thursday that it’s clearly in the public interest to notify residents of the city that David Adams, 28, was recently released from jail after serving time for one count of fail to comply with probation conditions.
That conviction stemmed from an incident in April 2023 in which he approached two young females near an elementary school in west Edmonton in his BMW SUV. He had already been convicted of two counts of indecent acts in February and placed on probation conditions, police said.
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“Adams is residing in Edmonton and is currently subject to a court order with conditions that include being prohibited from attending any public parks, swimming pools, daycare centres, school grounds or playgrounds,” the EPS release states. “He is required to report to a probation officer.”
Adams drives a silver/grey 2012 BMW X1 SUV.
Anyone with new information about Adams can contact the EPS at 780-423-4567 or #377 from a mobile phone. Don’t approach him.
“Members of the public are advised that the intent of this process is to enable citizens to take suitable precautionary measures,” EPS said. “Releasing this information is not intended to encourage people to engage in any form of vigilante action.”
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