Cop 'obstructive' in son's child sex, bestiality case

11/23/2013 09:24

Shayne Lund and Avery Taylor. (Facebook photo)

BARRIE, Ont. — More charges are expected against a Midland, Ont., man already charged with 110 sex-related offences against pre-school children and animals.

Shayne Lund, 22, charged with conspiring to kidnap and drug a child, sexually assaulting children, creating child pornography and bestiality, made a court appearance Friday but has not yet had a bail hearing.

Several family members of alleged victims filled the courtroom as Lund appeared in the prisoner's box in handcuffs.

"Creep," one family member whispered.

Sitting in the front row of the court, Lund's mother and father sat quietly. As Crown attorney Indy Kandola told the court the investigation is ongoing, with even more charges expected to be laid, Lund's mother began to weep.

Kandola asked the court to order that Lund not be allowed to contact his father, Mark Lund — who is an Ontario Provincial Police officer — alleging the father has been "obstructive" in the investigation.

The father is also a potential witness in the case, he said.  Canoe


 

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