Local man charged with sexually assaulting his daughter

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A 33-year-old Kingston man is facing five charges after sexually assaulting his daughter, who reported the incident to Kingston Police.

On Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018, the victim was staying over night at her father’s residence, according to a press release from Kingston Police. After being out of the house, the father returned home late in the evening and began consuming alcohol and drugs. At some point around midnight, the accused male sexually assaulted the victim, his daughter.

The victim provided a statement to Kingston Police on Monday, Aug. 20, and investigating officers learned that, during an earlier incident, the accused threatened to shoot the victim’s boyfriend while holding a knife against his leg.

On Tuesday, Aug. 21, the accused was located at his residence and arrested. He is charged with harassment by threatening conduct, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, incest, and a breach of undertaking.

The following is a statement from Kingston Police:

Kingston Police want to let victims of sexual assault know that it is their choice to disclose the incident to police. If you have been sexually assaulted or abused and are uncertain what to do, please attend the hospital and see the caring and compassionate staff at the Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence clinic (SADV). The staff can help you with counselling and coping strategies in addition to providing testing for sexually transmitted diseases and providing access to HIV medication. If you are willing the staff will also complete the sexual assault evidence kit. Evidence can be collected up to twelve days following a sexual assault. Depending on the circumstances it may be possible for DNA evidence to be obtained from clothing after it has been washed. Your confidentiality is guaranteed and police will only be contacted by the hospital if you request it at the time. The SADV clinic will store the contents of the kit for a preliminary period of 6 months which offers a victim time to gather information on the process and decide on how they want to proceed.

 

No one has the right to abuse another person. Victims of domestic violence or sexual assault and witnesses are encouraged to contact Kingston Police. The following links offer valuable support services and resources in the Kingston area for victims of domestic and/or sexual violence:

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