CTV – W5 photo Reprinted with permission from W5Above, Carl Murphy (whose real name is Carl Young) speaks with a W5 reporter outside of the Red Deer court house Feb.9 after his third court appearance for charges of criminal harassment and mischief in connection with an alleged creep catcher incident in Lacombe November 2016.Jonathan Woodward of CTV's W5 documented an investigation into Creep Catchers around the country, featuring Justin Payne, Creep Catchers founder Dawson Raymond, Ryan La Forge of Surrey Creep Catchers and Karl Young (aka Carl Murphy) of the Red Deer Creep Catchers.The documentary focused on the unseen side of Creep Catcher members and operations, including the criminal pasts of some members and questioning the possible financial gains of the various "chapters" .The documentary also featured an interview with Edmonton Police Service ICE Detective Dave Dubnick, who tells the story of how a Creep Catchers group in Lloydminster, Alberta, interfered with an ongoing investigation of a child predator, leading to the man escaping surveillance and, months later, being arrested in Manitoba for molesting a toddler and a baby.In June 2016, Penticton Creep Catchers, Mitch Shelswell and Tyler Fritsen, confronted a man who apparently intended to meet a 14-year-old girl. Chat and IM with someone in your area, or you can talk to lots of singles at once in our chat room forum, it's better than a regular chat line.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
The warrant is for trafficking in cocaine and ecstasy, obstructing a peace officer and failing to appear in court. clip Id=1060174 (photo of warrant at bottom of story) • W5 also revealed that Carl Young has more than 25 previous convictions including drug trafficking, threats and petty theft.
In 2017, produced Age of Consent, a full-length documentary film following Justin Payne, the first to engage in these public actions and covering the ensuing Creep Catchers movement.
Dawson Raymond said he felt inspired to do the same in his city of Calgary, Alberta, naming his group "Creep Catchers." Raymond and his partner, Slammington, say they will stop at nothing to keep the children safe when using the Internet.
W5’s story, Creep Out, broadcasted Saturday, February 18 at 7 pm local time.
The following is W5’s online introduction to their piece ‘Creep Out.’ W5’s ‘Creep Out’: Are online pedophile hunters ‘catching’ the innocent?