UPDATE:  SEPTEMBER 2015

Bragg is to be released from Townsville jail after the Attorney-General withdrew its case

after a woman refused to give evidence against him. In 2014 he was charged with stalking

the woman where she worked.

 

http://news.smh.com.au/national/sex-offender-fails-drug-test-20081119-6boe.html

Sex offender fails drug test

November 19, 2008

Parolled child sex offender John Robert Bragg has been arrested for allegedly breaching his supervision order after he failed a drug test.

Bragg, who is subject to the supervision order under Queensland’s Dangerous Prisoners (Sexual Offenders) Act, was arrested at 6.15pm (AEST) on Wednesday, a spokesman for Queensland Corrective Services said.

He was taken to the Brisbane watch house and will be held in custody until he can appear before the state’s Supreme Court.

Bragg served nine years and two months for indecent treatment of a child under 16 years, assault with intent to rape and offensive behaviour.

He was released from prison by the Supreme Court under the act in March last year.

The supervision order was due to expire in 2017.

The order includes 30 conditions including that he must not take illicit drugs.

 

http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/news/queensland/child-sex-offender-breached-supervision-order/2008/03/25/1206207098472.html

Child sex offender ‘breached supervision order’

March 25, 2008 – 7:19PM

A convicted child sex offender has been charged with breaching his supervision order after allegedly testing positive for illicit drugs.

John Robert Bragg is due to face Ipswich Magistrates Court tomorrow on the charge, Queensland Corrective Services (QCS) says.

“Bragg is currently in custody for breaching his supervision order after returning a positive test to drugs,” a QCS spokesman said.

“He will also appear before the Supreme Court on Thursday to determine whether he should be kept in custody under a continuing detention order.”

Bragg served more than nine years for the indecent treatment of a child under 16 years, assault with intent to rape and offensive behaviour.

He was released by the Queensland Supreme Court under the Dangerous Prisoners (Sexual Offenders) Act last March.

His supervision order was due to expire in 2017.

Bragg’s order contained 30 conditions, including that he not take illicit drugs.

 

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