Day pass rejected for child killer Schoenborn
A man found not criminally responsible after killing his three children won’t be allowed supervised time out in the community, the B.C. Review Board said in a statement issued Thursday.
Allan Dwayne Schoenborn was found not responsible by way of mental disorder after he killed his daughter Kaitlynne and sons Max and Cordon in 2008.
Schoenborn is currently confined to the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital in Port Coquitlam and has sought a day pass as part of an annual review.
Crown lawyer Lyle Hillaby said he opposed the release as did staff at the hospital.
In a decision handed down Wednesday, the review board ordered Schoenborn remain at the hospital and have no contact with his former common-law wife, Darcie Clarke.