The Regina Police Service has updated information to provide to our community about a male who was the subject of a public disclosure, under the authority of and pursuant to the Saskatchewan Public Disclosure Act, issued on August 24, 2018. Forty-one year-old Jason Paul THORNE is no longer residing in Regina, as of today’s date: September 12, 2018.
Jason THORNE was arrested at his place of residence on Tuesday, September 11, 2018, at approximately 11:50 a.m., without incident. Correctional Service Canada suspended THORNE’s release for failing to take his medications as prescribed, as per his Long Term Supervision Order (LTSO) special condition: “Abstain from the use of drugs other than prescribed medications taken as directed by a physician and over-the-counter drugs taken as recommended by the manufacturer”.
The change in THORNE’s residency is not the result of a criminal offence but, as indicated, comes from his failure to abide strictly by one of the conditions of his Long Term Supervision Order. THORNE’s status and supervision remains under the authority of Correctional Service Canada.
The original public advisory will be removed from public view in the coming days, since this individual has been returned to closed custody.