Gordon Arthur Gallie

A Nova Scotia Supreme Court jury has found a Lower Sackville man guilty of molesting two girls.

Gordon Arthur Gallie, 64, received the verdict at his Halifax trial Wednesday.

The seven-woman, five-man jury found Gallie guilty of five charges: two counts of invitation to sexual touching and single counts of sexual assault, sexual interference and common assault.

Gallie was acquitted on another charge of sexual interference.

The offences were committed between June 2009 and September 2010 at Gallie’s mobile home on Parklane Drive.

The complainants, whose identities are banned from publication, were 10 and nine when they went to police in the fall of 2010.

The Crown asked for a psychosexual risk assessment prior to sentencing but Gallie wouldn’t consent. Justice Simon MacDonald will hear arguments on that issue on Dec. 12.

Gallie has another jury trial set for February on a charge of possessing child pornography, laid in the same investigation.

He remains free on conditions including no contact with children and staying away from schools, daycares, playgrounds, pools and other places frequented by youngsters.

2 thoughts on “Gordon Arthur Gallie”

  1. I am the father of one of the victims. he was sentenced to 12 months while the judge chided the jury and victims adding insult to injury. he is currently at the burnside correctional facility

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