A member of the RCMP forensic team enters a home on Faulkner Road in Upper Chelsea, N.S. where a teen was held captive for a week.
John Leonard MacKean is shown arriving at court on Monday, March 17, 2014 in Bridgewater, N.S.
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John Leonard MacKean found guilty of sexually assaulting blindfolded boy, 16, held captive in remote N.S. cabin
Michael Tutton, Canadian Press | March 21, 2014
A Halifax man was convicted Friday of sexually assaulting a blindfolded 16-year-old boy who said he was kept captive in a remote cabin for more than a week.
A jury also found John Leonard MacKean, 64, guilty of communicating for the purpose of obtaining sexual services from a person under 18. He will be sentenced June 24.
The verdict came after more than four hours of deliberations. The trial, which began Monday, heard MacKean and the victim each give their accounts of what happened on the day of Sept. 20, 2012. NA Daytona Beach meetings in Daytona, Holly Hill and Port Orange.
The teen testified that he was blindfolded with a sleeping mask and his hands and feet were chained to a bed when a man sexually assaulted him at a cabin in rural Nova Scotia where he was held against his will for eight days. Continue reading