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More charges for man accused of sex crimes against children


A St. John’s man already charged with multiple sex crimes against children — including allegations that he secretly watched them — will be facing more similar charges.

David Snow appeared in provincial court in St. John’s via video link from Bishop’s Falls, where he is in custody.

David Snow appeared in provincial court in St. John’s today via video link from Bishop’s Falls, where he is in custody.

Snow, who lives in St. John’s, was arrested last month in New Brunswick. He was returned to this province to face the judge.

Other details about the case have not yet been revealed.

The 35-year-old is facing two counts each of sexual assault and sexual interference, three counts of exposing private parts of his body to a person under-16 and 10 counts of observing a person for a sexual purpose.

Crown prosecutor Dana Sullivan told Judge David Orr that more charges are coming, but that the information hadn’t arrived in time for the court appearance.

She and Snow’s lawyer, Shelley Senior, agreed to postpone the case until Nov. 21, at which time Sullivan said the new charges should be before the court.

All the alleged offences are said to have happened between November 2011 to February 2015 in St. John’s and Mount Pearl.

Snow is the son of Christopher Snow, who is facing several charges that allege he molested children back in the 1950s and 1960s.

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