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Hours earlier, Cameron had walked to the used car lot and took a Ford Focus for a test drive all the way to the Nova Scotia ferry.
Police received several calls that day, leading them to be concerned for Cameron's mental health and safety.
There are also convictions for sexual assault, abandoning a child and a prison break. With credit for time served, Cameron has 162 days left on his most recent conviction. CBC News has learned new details of Cameron's last 48 hours as a free man before his arrest on Feb. A Bell Island woman, Debbie Rose, said she had been dating Cameron for a week before he stole the car and left town."I was very comfortable with him very quickly," she said. It was really fast."But he also met her daughter, who wasn't so taken by him.
After Googling his name — which he said was John Cameron — she found his backstory.