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Steinbach RCMP arrest male for sexual offences

A teacher, coach and author has been arrested by the RCMP.

On June 17, 2022, RCMP received several reports of sexual assault involving an employee of the Steinbach Regional Secondary School (SRSS) in Steinbach.

Six female students between the ages of 15 and 18 reported they were assaulted by the male. These assaults were reported to have occurred between February 1, 2022 and May 31, 2022, on school property.

Additional female students came forward as well to provide information that assisted with the investigation.

On July 4, 2022, Steinbach RCMP arrested 41-year-old David Bueti of Winnipeg. He has been charged with five counts of Sexual Assault and three counts of Sexual Interference.

He was released from custody on a release order with a number of conditions.

David Bueti was employed by SRSS from February, 2022, until June, 2022, where he worked as a teacher and a coach.

Previous to this, he was employed at several different schools in Winnipeg. This includes River East Collegiate for a six-month period in 2021 and Holy Cross School for a four-month period in 2020. 

Additionally, he taught at Holy Ghost School from 2006 to 2007 and St. John Brebeuf school from 2007 to 2018.

The investigation is ongoing. If you have any information or wish to speak to an investigator, please call Steinbach RCMP at 204-326-1234.

Important information for survivors of sexual assault

There’s no time limit to report a sexual assault to police. Even if you were assaulted years ago, you can still report it to police. Many survivors do not report right away, and choose to do so later in their lives. Reporting a sexual assault can help you seek justice and start the healing process.

If you wish to report a sexual assault, you can contact your local police to make a report. If you chose not to report sexual assault to the police directly, you can report the crime through a third party. Third party reporting is when someone else reports the crime to police. It allows survivors who do not want to report the crime directly to ensure police receive a report about the crime.



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