Daniel Leonard, 41, of Red Deer has been charged with 10 offenses, including two counts of sexual assault and three counts of an indecent act. He appeared in Red Deer provincial court Wednesday, Dec. 5th. file photo

Red Deer man charged with sexual assault, indecent acts appears in court

Daniel Leonard’s next appearance is set for Dec. 19th

A man charged with 10 offenses, including two counts of sexual assault and three counts of an indecent act, appeared in Red Deer provincial court Wednesday, Dec. 5th.

Daniel Leonard, 41, of Red Deer made a first appearance from the Edmonton Remand Centre by CCTV.

Leonard was arrested on Nov. 28th after Red Deer RCMP responded to a complaint in the downtown area.

In the past months, RCMP have been investigating multiple sexual assault offenses.

RCMP requested the public’s assistance Oct. 18th to identify a man believed to be responsible for two indecent acts over the span of a couple days.

Leonard was charged with two counts of sexual assault, three counts of failing to comply with a probation order, two counts of failing to comply with a condition of an undertaking and three counts of an indecent act.

RCMP have not said whether all prior reported offenses in the City are linked to Leonard.

His next court appearance is set for Dec. 19th.

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