Police say Central Alberta man should be considered dangerous

A Central Alberta man with a lengthy criminal history is the subject of a province-wide arrest warrant for violating terms of his parole from a federal prison.

Curtis Troy Sear

Curtis Troy Sear

A Central Alberta man with a lengthy criminal history is the subject of a province-wide arrest warrant for violating terms of his parole from a federal prison.

Curtis Troy Sear, 37, was released in October from a federal jail after serving a sentence for forcible confinement, careless use of a firearm, uttering death threats, possession of stolen property and mischief, Const. Chris Kosack of city RCMP said on Monday.

Sear was awaiting a hearing under terms of the Criminal Code of Canada on the perceived fear of another person that he may commit an offence.

Sear is wanted for breaching the curfew conditions of his release.

He had been released on a recognizance with a large number of conditions including residency and curfew.

Sear has an extensive criminal history dating back to the early 1990s with 58 criminal convictions for armed robbery, assault with a weapon, possession of an unregistered restricted weapon, forcible confinement, escaping lawful custody, possession of drugs, theft and various other weapon’s offences.

Sear is described as being 1.85 metres (six feet, one inch) tall weighing 98 kg (217 pounds). He has numerous tattoos on his neck and arms including a swastika and the letters ACAB across his right hand knuckles.

He is possibly armed and considered dangerous, Kosack said.

Anyone with information should call 1-800-222-8477.