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On October 21, 2016, Fraser Valley Creep Catchers released a video allegedly showing Windebank Elementary School Principal Jason Obert at a mall believing he would meet up with a 14-year-old girl for sex.
Some commentators, like John Gormley of Saskatoon's The Star Phoenix, opined that Creep Catchers, while meaning well, create danger for themselves and their suspects, jeopardize official investigations and undermine the rule of law.
Douglas Perry of White Rock Creep Catchers and Cody Hunter of Langley Creep Busters confronted Jacoe in front of the rink.
Public Safety Minister and Solicitor General Mike Morris referred to the Creep Catchers behavior as "vigilanteism" and "reprehensible." Jaxson Jacoe's father, Pat is joining a complaint to the Information and Privacy Commissioner Office on behalf of his son, who was reportedly highly traumatized by the incident.
The man drove off, first striking a parked truck and almost hitting Ryan La Forge, who filmed the encounter.
The Surrey RCMP closed its case without charges, and the man's employer began an internal investigation.
Jacoe invited the fictitious girl to see where he worked (a hockey rink, where he worked as a score keeper).
There were no reports of sexual content in their chats.
Creep Catchers are non-affiliated groups of individuals who attempt to prevent child sexual abuse by posing as minors, using chat rooms and dating sites to lure adults willing to meet the minor for sex, and then exposing the adult by publicly posting videos of the incident.
Other newspapers, like The Now, claim their chapters have public support and encourage police to work with them for their ability to weed out suspects.