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Kitchener woman who poisoned children released from prison

26 Juillet 2017

Allen ran a home daycare in Kitchener from 2009 to 2011 where she used eye drops to poison children, some of whom were in her care.

Allen was convicted of deliberately poisoning four young children in her care with a noxious substance, seriously harming one child.

A mother of a baby poisoned while in the care of a 36-year-old woman says dealing with her release from prison is "very hard".

Peel Regional Police have issued a public safety warning for the Brampton area, where Allen plans to reside.

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According to Peel Regional Police, information they've received indicates that Allen is at an elevated risk to re-offend.

Allen was accused of poisoning eight children and an adult, but she pleaded guilty to four counts.

Allen must adhere to numerous rules in connection with her release requirements, including no contact with children under the age of 16. "We ask that they use caution if they encounter Allen, and any parents should be cognizant of their children's activies and any individuals they are associating with".

The Correctional Service Canada will closely monitor her daily activities.

Kitchener woman who poisoned children released from prison