Petition gaining traction to remove man from prison dating site

By Ashley Wiebe
January 14, 2019 - 12:49pm

MEDICINE HAT, AB — An Edmonton father, whose son’s killer has been found on an online dating site, has started a petition, in hopes of getting the Prime Minister’s attention.

T-Jaye Heller pleaded guilty to second degree murder in a Medicine Hat courtroom in 2013.

According to his profile on Canadian Inmates Connect, Heller is currently working as a photographer at the Bowden Penitentiary, where he’s incarcerated.

The profile goes on to state that he’s interested in connecting with women and likes watching NFL on Sunday’s.

The father of the boy, who was two years old at the time, can’t be identified in order to protect the toddler’s identity.

The online petition states the father’s purpose is to have Heller’s profile removed from the site. He believes Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should step in, especially in a case like this one.

For more information and to sign the petition, click here.

Warm weather allows frequent street sweeping