KAMLOOPS, B.C. – A B.C. Supreme Court judge has found a former RCMP officer guilty of five counts of indecently assaulting five boys in the late 1970s and early ’80s.
Alan Davidson was found not guilty of two other charges of indecent assault involving two other complainants by Justice Sheri Ann Donegan.
Court heard Davidson was in his 20s and coached hockey, basketball and baseball at the time of the offences and served as an auxiliary Mountie before later becoming an RCMP officer in Saskatchewan.
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During his trial in Kamloops in September, the complainants testified that the assaults included sexual touching and oral sex.
A publication ban in the case protects the identity of the complainants, who are now in their 50s but were mostly in their early teens at the time of the assaults.
Donegan’s judgment was posted online earlier this week after she found Davidson guilty of the charges on Dec. 19.