Winnipeg, Manitoba – The Manitoba Integrated High Risk Sex Offender Unit (MIHRSOU) is a joint forces unit of the Winnipeg Police Service and the RCMP. MIHRSOU today provides information regarding Timothy Frederick KOLTUSKY formerly known as Kevin Scott STEPPAN, 32 years of age, a convicted sex offender who is considered high risk to re offend in a sexually violent manner. Females are at risk of sexual violence.
KOLTUSKY will be released from Stony Mountain Institution, on April 21, 2017. He is expected to take up residence in Winnipeg.
KOLTUSKY has previous convictions for sexual assault with a weapon, assault causing bodily harm as well as many other criminal offences. Although KOLTUSKY participated in sex offender treatment programs while in prison, he is still considered high risk to re-offend. Females are at risk of sexual violence.
A previous notification was made in August 2010 for Kevin Scott STEPPAN. STEPPAN has legally changed his name to Timothy Frederick KOLTUSKY.
Timothy Frederick KOLTUSKY is a 32 year-old male with a criminal record for sexual offences as well as numerous other criminal offences.
In August 8, 2005, KOLTUSKY approached a sex trade worker. He took her to a secluded area along the riverbank in Winnipeg where he punched and kicked her numerous times causing injuries and attempted to throw her into the river. Two days later, he approached another sex trade worker. He took her to a secluded area where he began touching her in a sexual manner. He produced a rope which he put around the victim’s neck. A struggle followed in which KOLTUSKY punched the victim, ripped off her shirt and bra and pulled down her pants. The victim was able to escape. KOLTUSKY was arrested a few days later and was remanded in custody.
Between September 18, 2006 and October 31, 2006, while in custody at Headingley Correctional Institution awaiting court on the above described offences, KOLTUSKY made numerous harassing telephone calls of a sexual nature to a woman.
At his sentencing hearing on these offences (sexual assault with a weapon, assault causing bodily harm and harassing telephone calls), in February 2010, KOLTUSKY was declared a Long Term Offender, received a jail sentence of 9 months (in addition to the equivalent of 7 years and 6 months pre-sentence custody credit), and given a 10 year Long Term Supervision Order. KOLTUSKY’s was subsequently convicted of breaching the Long Term Supervision Order in October 2012, and received a sentence of one month (in addition to five months pre-sentence custody credit); and, in May 2013 and received a sentence of nine months (in addition to four months pre-sentence custody credit). On October 24, 2014 KOLTUSKY was convicted of two additional counts of breaching the Long Term Supervision Order and attempt obstruct justice, and received a total sentence of two years and six months (in addition to six months pre-sentence custody credit). He will be released after serving that sentence on April 21, 2017.
While in custody, KOLTUSKY did participate in sex offender treatment programs. However, he is still considered a high risk to re-offend. Females are at risk of sexual violence.
Upon release, Koltusky will be subject to a Long Term Supervision Order until December 23, 2023. He will also be subject to a lifetime weapons prohibition order.
KOLTUSKY is expected to take up residence in Winnipeg.
This information is provided to enable members of the public to take suitable measures to protect themselves. Any form of vigilante activity or other unreasonable conduct directed at Mr. Koltusky will not be tolerated.
If you have information about Mr. Koltusky, please call the Manitoba Integrated High Risk Sex Offender Unit at (204) 984-1888. You may also contact the Winnipeg Police Service at (204) 986-6222, your local RCMP Detachment, or Manitoba Crime Stoppers at (204) 786-8477 or toll free at 1-800-222-8477. For media inquiries, please contact the Winnipeg Police Service Public Information Officer at (204) 986-3061.
Winnipeg Police Service
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