Vancouver residents won't be sleeping well for a while knowing that animal murderer Kayla Bourque is living in their neighbourhood. The 23-year-old woman is on a three-year probation after she brutally murdered her family pets,and she also discussed the idea of killing a homeless man with her classmates while studying criminology and psychology at Simon Fraser University just last year.
In 2009, Bourque was convicted of causing "unnecessary pain, suffering or injury to animals, wilfully and without lawful excuse killing animals and possessing a weapon for dangerous purpose." She has 46 conditions for her parole including the fact that she must notify anyone she has a relationship of any type with of her criminal history (in writing). She has been forbade from owning any weapons, as well as going to anywhere where persons under the age of 18 congregate.
She had also been charged with possession of child pornography, but that charge was stayed.
Thankfully pets can breathe safely, as Bourque is not able to own a pet for life. It is advised that should anyone see Bourque violating her parole to immediately contact police, as this woman is considered to be a high-risk repeat offender.