Petawawa soldier charged with sex assault in Kingston
A soldier charged with sexually assaulting women at CFB Petawawa is facing similar charges in Kingston.
Cpl. Christopher Raymond Chaulk was charged in May in connection with four sexual assaults that occurred at CFB Petawawa between Sept. 2009 and May 2010 while he was training at the base. He was days away from deploying to Afghanistan when the charges were laid.
Police laid another sexual assault charge against the soldier after probing similar unsolved cases in areas where Chaulk previously lived.
He is now charged with various criminal code offences in connection to five female victims in the Petawawa and Kingston areas.
Those charges include five counts of sexual assault, four counts of assault, two counts of assault causing bodily harm, two counts of break and enter, one count of wearing a disguise with intent, one count of trespassing at night and one count of robbery.
Chaulk remains in custody. He is scheduled to appear in Pembroke court on Wednesday.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact investigators at the Canadian Forces Base Petawawa Military Police Detachment at 1-613-588-5444.