A 45-year-old man who pleaded guilty to multiple charges of child sex abuse could be declared a dangerous offender.
• Also read: Alleged pedophile victim wanted
Denis Boily from Longueuil was arrested in May 2020. He has since pleaded guilty to multiple counts of sex crimes, including sexually assaulting young children.
Between 2012 and 2020, Boily molested seven children between the ages of 3 and 12, acts that were repeated over a long period of time.
His arrest, made public by Longueuil police, led to the discovery of the seventh victim.
“We consider Mr.’s crimes to be serious and ongoing over time. We are concerned about the risks of recidivism cited by the report’s authors. That is why we want Monsieur to be subjected to this regime. Our goal as prosecutors is to protect society,” explains Me Amélie Savard, Crown Prosecutor in the case.
If he is declared a dangerous offender, he must be assessed under supervision during his time in prison and after his release.
The duration of this status must be determined by a judge.