Former Prep School Student Owen Labrie has been released from jail after violating the terms of his release. According to court officials, Labrie violated his court-ordered curfew on several occasions. He had been out on bail awaiting his appeal from a sexual assault case. Labrie once attended the elite St. Paul’s School where he allegedly assaulted a 15-year-old student. He was convicted of a felony charge of computer use to entice or lure a child under 16 in order to commit a sexual assault and three misdemeanor sexual assault charges. Labrie spent two months in jail after violating the terms of his release but had his bail reinstated. The judge ordered him to be placed on a GPS electronic monitoring ankle bracelet to make sure that he does not violate his court-ordered curfew.
GPS Monitoring in California
Diversified Monitoring Systems (DMS) provides GPS monitoring for California through a state-of-the-art ankle bracelet. The device is tamperproof and water proof with over 40 hours of battery life. Daily reports can be ordered to ensure that a person is complying with terms of their release. The new strap design eliminates the chances for a false alert. Once the strap is unlatched, the device communicates with the base station to provide an “open alert.” The GPS bracelet offered through DMS is impact resistant and shock resistant allowing for nearly every environment. If you or someone you know requires GPS monitoring contact DMS today for a free consultation. We are available at 714-245-9910.