Fugitive who ditched monitoring bracelet won't face new charge in U.S.
Stanley has a criminal record in Canada that dates back to 1987. He last received a 32-month prison term for assault and forcible confinement involving two mentally challenged boys.
Parole board records say he lured the boys into a washroom, blew crack smoke in their faces and then sexually assaulted them.
Parole records also detail the sexual assault of an elderly woman and charges he exposed himself to kids.
Police in Edmonton said they warned their U.S. counterparts in October that Stanley might try to cross the border after finding his electronic-monitoring bracelet had been cut off in Lloydminster, on the Alberta-Saskatchewan boundary.
Alberta Justice said it would not seek Stanley's extradition to Canada because the breach of recognizance, mischief and driving charges he faced north of the border didn't "warrant engaging the extradition process."
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