A man convicted of writing letters and drawing pictures of adults having violent sex with children is scheduled to go on trial next month for breaching court-ordered conditions.
Lowell Swetman was found guilty in 2010 after he taped letters to windows of five North Shore schools. The sentencing judge called it a form of fantasy, unsophisticated and juvenile.
He was charged in June with failing to comply with a probation order, breach of a probation order and obstructing a police officer.
Swetman was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. He told the court in 2010 he would never do anything like that depicted. He also continued to deny the accusations.
After serving almost a year in jail, the 46-year-old man was bound by a three-year probation order that required him to live with his mother, take sexual offender counselling, stay away from children or places where they can be found and possess no pornography of any kind.