ICE Unit lays child pornography charges

September 18, 2019
Fort Smith, Northwest Territories

News release

As a result of an investigation by the NT RCMP Internet Child Exploitation Unit (ICE), Marcus Bourke, a 22-year-old-man from Fort Smith, has been charged with child pornography offences.

On September 17th, 2019, the ICE Unit, with the assistance of G Division Major Crime Unit, Fort Smith RCMP and Saskatchewan Digital Forensics Unit, executed a search warrant for electronic devices at a residence.

The suspect, Marcus Bourke, was arrested on scene without incident. He has since been released on strict conditions.

He has been charged with:

  • Two counts of Luring, s. 172.1(1) CC
  • Two counts Possession of Child Pornography, s. 163.1(4) CC

Marcus Bourke is scheduled to appear before the court on January 20th, 2020.

The NT ICE Unit encourages anybody interested in learning about important topics such as online child exploitation, cyberbullying and internet safety to visit Cybertip.ca and ProtectKidsOnline.ca.

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Contact information

Julie Plourde
Media Relations Officer
Northwest Territories RCMP – Yellowknife, NT
Office: (867)765-3712
RCMP.NTMedia-NTMedias.GRC@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

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