Vic opposition slams child protection delay despite failure to arrest suspected paedophile
Vic police are taking nearly 40 hours after they were unable to find and arrest a man accused of sexXO 카지노ually abusing a boy he found at his farm.
More than 40 days after they were set to speak with David Campbell, 39, on December 4, Victoria police will not be following up.
Police say they are “not looking for anyone that I would classify as a paedophile” but it’s a matter for local police and they will not be issuing an arrest warrant if the police do not find his alleged victim or he does not return home by 2:30 a.m. on Thursday.
The boy was discovered by Campbell, who was found in a ditch near his farm on Rundle St in the north-eastern state capital, Alice Springs.
Police were able to identify him by his blue jeans and shirt, which he has given to local media and he had on in his car when he was arrested.
Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton said the delay was due to the difficulty in getting Campbell to return.
“It’s simply simply not acceptable,” Mr Ashton said.
Police say Mr Campbell is facing several charges including five counts of indecent and carnal intercourse with a child, six counts of indecent handling of a child, and two counts of indecency with a child.
He was refused bail and released today.
The police union national officer said their members are now waiting to see what the next move will be, or if he is granted bail.
“If Campbell is granted bail, we’ll give our support,” National President, Phil Kelsay said.
“At this stage, it’s simply a matter for the local police to respond to what they’re trying to do, and as there are other criminal activities going on, it would just be inappropriate for a local police service to give up looking for people.
“In all the information we’r강남출장샵e being given and our understanding of the case, we do not see it at all as any sort of cover up.”
Mr Kelsay said this was the s해운대출장마사지 해운대출장안마econd time that Victoria police had missed Campbell.
The first time he was turned away was in 2013, and the second was in 2015.
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