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Duncan's Timothy Poilievre to be sentenced in May on voyeurism-related charge

North Cowichan-Duncan RCMP. - file
North Cowichan-Duncan RCMP.
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A Duncan man who has pleaded guilty to one of five voyeurism-related charges is set for sentencing in Duncan court on May 16 at 9:30 a.m., court staff indicated.

Timothy Michael Deobat Poilievre, in his early 50s, entered his plea Oct. 30 concerning secretly observing/recording nudity in a private place on Oct. 30, staff said.

The accused was initially charged in 2011 with four counts of secretly observing/recording nudity in a private place, and one count of making available, or possessing, voyeuristic recordings.

Those charges stemmed from alleged offences that occurred in Duncan during a period of about six months in 2011.

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