Sask. RCMP issue warning about man charged with sexual assault

By 980 CJME
November 19, 2018 - 7:33am

RCMP in Saskatchewan are issuing a warning about a man charged with an alleged violent sexual assault in Alberta.

Edmonton police said on Oct. 14, a woman reported to them that she’d been violently sexually and physically assaulted by her Tinder date — 39-year-old Vincent Noseworthy.

It happened at a rural location outside of Edmonton on Aug. 14.

On Halloween, Noseworthy was arrested and charged with aggravated sexual assault, choking with the intent to overcome resistance and unlawful confinement, among other allegations.

He’s since been released from custody.

Now, police are warning those using dating apps and websites that Noseworthy is still active online, using the name “Vinnie Worth.”

“As a result, investigators believe there may be additional complainants and are concerned that he may commit another offence against someone while in the community,” Edmonton police said in a news release.

Police are encouraging any additional complainants to come forward.

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