Christopher Watts, the convicted sex offender jailed in the 2001 death of a Kitchener teen, was released from prison last November with a sober warning he was at a high risk to reoffend.
He lasted only a few weeks before he was back behind bars.
Watts was set free last fall after serving a 12-year sentence for manslaughter, sexual interference and sexual assault in the death of 13-year-old Amanda Raymond. The teen died of an overdose after a party at Watts’ Somme Island house on Puslinch Lake.
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