Edward Latimer is back in prison after he broke his conditional conditions for the SECOND time in two weeks

Notorious sex offender is back behind bars when he breaks his conditional conditions for the SECOND time in two weeks

  • Edward Latimer went back behind bars after breaking his condition again
  • The sex offender was found in Northbridge, an area to which he is restricted
  • This is the second time he was noticed there after a similar incident on 7 September
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A well-known sex offender is back in jail after breaking his conditional conditions for the second time.

Edward Latimer, whose bail conditions prevent him from going to Northbridge, Perth, was arrested Sunday after he was found in the forbidden area.

That was the second time the 61-year-old bail was breached with its earlier offense on September 7, as reported by 7News.

Latimer was also found in Northbridge at the time, but a magistrate released him because he had a & # 39; good excuse & # 39; had to be there.

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He explained that Latimer had to leave the bus at that location because he had to use the bathroom urgently.

The first release of the sex offender in July led to outrage among the community.

Pictured: Edward Latimer, whose bail conditions prevent him from going to Northbridge, was arrested by the police on Sunday after being found in the area

Pictured: Edward Latimer, whose bail conditions prevent him from going to Northbridge, was arrested by the police on Sunday after being found in the area

This is the second time the 61-year-old bail has been breached with its earlier offense on September 7

This is the second time the 61-year-old bail has been breached with its earlier offense on September 7

This is the second time the 61-year-old bail has been breached with its earlier offense on September 7

WA Attorney General John Quigley QC said that Latimer bail should have been refused after his first breach.

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Mr. Quigley told me 7News he was strongly against his release in early September, but accepted the magistrate's decision.

& # 39; I am not here to argue with the magistrate who had the facts before me, but I was not happy, & # 39; he said.

WA Attorney General John Quigley QC said that Latimer bail should have been refused after his very first breach

WA Attorney General John Quigley QC said that Latimer bail should have been refused after his very first breach

WA Attorney General John Quigley QC said that Latimer bail should have been refused after his very first breach

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