Keeping Christopher Watts out of prison puts community at risk, parole board says


Christopher Watts

Ryan Flanagan, CTV Kitchener.

In the nearly 18 months since he was released from prison, Christopher Watts has been sent back into custody five times.

Watts, who is now 56, spent more than a decade in prison in connection with the 2001 death of Amanda Raymond.

The 13-year-old Raymond died after attending a party at Watts’ home at Puslinch Lake, where she and other girls were given drugs by Watts.



The parole board decided earlier this month to recommend that Watts be charged criminally with breaching his LTSO – something that it has pushed for twice since his 2015 release, but has never actually happened.

If a charge is laid and Watts is convicted of breaching the order, he could be sent back to prison for up to 10 years….

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