Crown seeks dangerous offender designation for Russell Wolfe

The Crown is looking to have Russell Wolfe, guilty of making child pornography and sexual assault, declared a dangerous offender. Supplied / Court of Queen's Bench

The Crown believes it has sufficient evidence to have Russell Wolfe declared a dangerous offender.

Wolfe, 58, pleaded guilty in March to 20 charges, including making child pornography and sexual assault.

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He admitted to recording videos of him sexually assaulting young girls over the span of a decade and taking pictures.

A dangerous offender medical assessment was ordered in June.

The Crown feels Wolfe meets the requirements of a dangerous offender and are now seeking the designation, which could result in an indeterminate sentence.

Wolfe was originally arrested in 2014 during a Canada-wide operation that targeted sex offenders.

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He originally faced more than 30 charges, but that number was reduced when he pleaded guilty

A hearing date has not been set.

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