Wikwemikong Tribal Police Chief Terry McCaffrey gets eight month conditional sentence . (File Photo) By Lori Thompson Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Wikwemikong Tribal Police Service’s former police chief has been sentenced to an eight-month conditional sentence that will include four months house arrest for sexually assaulting a female employee and another four months under a curfew. Terry McCaffrey will also be added to the national sex offender registry (SOIRA) for 10 years and is required to provide a DNA sample all as part of his eight-month conditional sentence. He was sentenced in December 2022. For four months, Terry McCaffrey will be under house arrest and subject to a 9 pm to 6 am curfew . McCaffrey was convicted of sexual assault of an employee in April 2022. Court was told
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