UPDATED: UCCM Police issue public safety notification of high risk offender

UPDATE – UCCM Police release image of Isaac Jacob Paibomsai

BIRCH ISLAND–United Chiefs and Councils of Manitoulin Anishnaabe Police has released information regarding a high-risk offender who is moving back into the Manitoulin Island area.

The UCCM Anishnaabe Police is advising residents in the Manitoulin District that Isaac Jacob Paibomsai, age 39, will be taking up residence on the Whitefish River First Nation upon his release from Kingston jail on Saturday, May 20.

Mr. Paibomsai has previous convictions for: assault police (four counts), resist police (two counts), escape lawful custody, breach of recognizance (four counts), breach of order of long-term supervision (four counts), assault (seven counts), fail to appear, fail to comply with probation order (six counts), fail to attend court, break, enter and theft, possession of stolen property (two counts), theft over $5,000, sexual assault causing bodily harm, uttering threats (three counts), possession of a Schedule II substance and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.

Mr. Paibomsai is described as a First Nation male, 5′ 7” tall, approximately 200 lbs, brown eyes and brown hair.