Newfoundland man facing sexual interference charges from incidents in Norman Wells

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Grant Carey, 44, is an out-of-territory worker now facing charges related to sexual interference for incidents that happened in Norman Wells.

In a news release, Norman Wells RCMP says the detachment received a report of alleged sexual offences between a man and a youth on June 24.

The man had since left the communit.

Investigators also found two more victims.

Police say the alleged offences happened between Jan. 1, 2019 and June 24, 2021.

Carey is facing two charges of child luring, two charges of making sexually explicit material available to a child, one count of sexual exploitation fo a young person, invitation to sexual touching and three counts of sexual interference.

“We encourage anyone who believes they have information that involves potential further victims to please come forward” says Chris Whynot, Norman Wells RCMP Detachment Commander.

Police say Carey appeared in court in Newfoundland and has been released on conditions; he will appear in territorial court in Norman Wells at an undetermined date.

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