Child killer McBride back in Manitoba prison for parole
Wayne Sibbald McBride, formerly of Alliston, is back behind bars after
reportedly breaching conditions of his parole attached to the life
sentence he received for sexually abusing and killing his six-week old
daughter in November 1985.
McBride, who was arrested and charged with first degree murder, pled
guilty to second degree murder and was originally sentenced to life
with no eligibility for parole for 12 years. The Crown appeal succeeded
in raising that to 15 years.
"His day parole revoked and he has been returned to prison," according
to Ms. Bondy. "This time to Stony Mountain (north of Winnipeg) where he
was transferred from (for his safety) some years back."
McBride was first released on day parole in 2009 but
reincarcerated in 2011 for committing sex crimes and drug offences,
according to the public notice issued by RCMP as part of his release
into Winnipeg last winter.