The man known as the “Falconridge Rapist” will be subject to several release conditions when he’s let out of jail this summer.
Andrew Aurie Jefferson terrorized northeast Calgary for months in 2006, grabbing strangers and sexually assaulting them.
He was eventually caught and convicted of raping two women and attempting to assault a third.
Jefferson was released in 2011, but was re-arrested two years later for the violent carjacking of a Langley, BC woman at knifepoint, eventually being sentenced to four-years in jail.
According to documents obtained by News Talk 770, the Parole Board of Canada will be imposing a number of conditions upon his statutory release, including no alcohol or drugs, reporting all intimate relationships, and not contacting the victim or her family.
If the now-31-year-old doesn’t live under those conditions laid out, the Parole Board can place him back into custody to serve out the remainder of his sentence.
Jefferson is eligible for statutory release in July, and will be under a ten-year Long-Term Supervision order starting next May.