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Felon who passed through Lloydminster to evade police now sentenced

Michael Shawn Stanley is behind bars.

A former resident of Edmonton, Stanley is a violent, high-risk sex offender who previously fled the country back in 2013, after cutting off his electronic monitoring bracelet in the Border City, and throwing it on the roof of Mr. Bills, a local restaurant.

When local police were informed that Stanley was trying to pass through, and believed to be in Lloydminster, the RCMP put all schools on lockdown. However, he promptly left the city after ditching his court-mandated ankle bracelet, and made his way to the United States, ending up in Seattle, WA.

Stanley has now been sentenced to 39 years behind bars for raping an elderly woman in the city, which was similar to the crime he committed in Canada back in 1988. Court records indicate the method which Stanley used was the same in each incident.

Stanley had been released from jail in Canada in April of 2011, after completing a 32-month sentence for assault and forcible confinement. He had been monitored by the police when he cut off the bracelet.

Canadian authorities will not be seeking to extradite the convict.

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