B.C. man charged for not dis­clos­ing HIV sta­tus

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - CANADA -

AB­BOTS­FORD, B.C. — A Van­cou­ver-area man has been charged with three counts of ag­gra­vated sex­ual as­sault for al­legedly hav­ing un­pro­tected sex with­out dis­clos­ing his HIV sta­tus.

RCMP say they re­ceived an al­le­ga­tion against Brian Carlisle last month and, through their in­ves­ti­ga­tion, iden­ti­fied other peo­ple whom he didn’t in­form about be­ing di­ag­nosed with the sex­u­ally-trans­mit­ted in­fec­tion.

Po­lice say the 47-year-old has an on­line pres­ence on sev­eral so­cial me­dia and dat­ing sites and their in­ves­ti­ga­tion has led them to On­tario, Man­i­toba, New Brunswick and Ver­mont, where he may have also lived.

Carlisle has been re­leased on bail with a num­ber of con­di­tions in­clud­ing, re­veal­ing his HIV sta­tus to his sex­ual part­ners, wear­ing a con­dom and not ac­cess­ing on­line dat­ing web­sites. His next court ap­pear­ance is Sept. 11 in Ab­bots­ford, B.C.

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