Stolen Valour Canada was advised by a number of parties that there was a potential issue with the medal that HABETLER was photographed wearing at the Royal Canadian Legion branch in Lloydminster, Sk.
Prior to investing any research effort into what has the potential to become a wild goose chase, we contact named individuals in order to provide them with an opportunity to sort out the reported situation. SVC does not act upon unsubstantiated intelligence or malicious tips, and we hoped that Sir Brent would take advantage of this offer to assist in protecting his reputation.
SVC asked him via his email using his verified email account on 17 October 2019 to contact us over a sensitive situation.
His one word response – NO!
Our brave knight produced the following documents as proof of service, not exactly convincing….
Mr HABETLER, do everyone a favour, put your military themed trinkets back into your tickle trunk and stop telling fairy tales of make believe army career! Your foolishness is nothing but an insult to our wounded and fallen.
Video of “Sir Brent” has now surfaced documenting his antics at the Alberta Legislature (16 Oct 2021). In his latest scam, our brave knight claims to be the “Queen’s Representative” and will negotiate on behalf of First Nations with his third cousin, Queen Elizabeth II…
He must have left his fancy gold rope, his bogus documentation and the fake Canadian Forces Decoration in his tickle trunk of military fairy tales.
UPDATED – 15 and 21 March 2023
15 March 2023
Alberta Police Report
Saskatchewan RCMP advise of 45-year-old male in Maidstone RCMP detachment area at high risk to breach conditions involving youth
In the interest of public safety, Saskatchewan RCMP advises the residents of the Maidstone RCMP detachment area and surrounding communities of an offender who has been charged with committing an indecent act in the presence of one or more persons, contrary to Sec. 173(1) of the Criminal Code. This charge is currently before the courts.
Sir Brent Adair Habetler was released from police custody on March 14, 2023, after appearing before a Justice of the Peace. A short time later, Lloydminster RCMP located Habetler outside a local daycare, which was a breach of his release conditions. Habetler was subsequently arrested and charged with breach of release conditions. Habetler was taken back before a Justice of the Peace. Full background information can be found in the Alberta RCMP media release below.
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS INTENDED TO ENABLE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC TO TAKE SUITABLE PREVENTATIVE MEASURES, NOT TO EMBARK UPON ANY FORM OF VIGILANTISM OR OTHER UNREASONABLE CONDUCT DIRECTED AT THIS INDIVIDUAL.
Habetler is known to breach his release conditions. As of March 14, 2023, Habetler has been ordered by court to obey, among others, the following conditions:
• No communication, directly or indirectly, with any person under 16 years of age, subject to the following exceptions:
This condition does not apply to incidental or superficial contact with persons under the age of 16 who are:
Customers at his workplace; or
Are employed at other places of business as long as such contact is necessary to conduct transactions as a customer.
• Shall not attend any public swimming area, school and school yard, daycare, playground, youth shelter or public library.
Habetler is described as a 45-year-old male, 6’1″ tall weighing approximately 215 lbs, with blue eyes and brown hair.
21 March 2023
CTV News Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan RCMP say a 45-year-old man in the Maidstone area is “at high risk to breach conditions involving youth.”
Sir Brent Adair Habetler is charged with committing an indecent act in the presence of one or more persons, RCMP said in a news release.
Habetler was released from police custody after appearing before a justice of the peace on Tuesday. Soon after, Lloydminster RCMP found him outside a daycare — in breach of his release conditions, according to police.
He was arrested and charged for beaching his release conditions, and again appeared before a justice of the peace.
According to RCMP, Habetler is forbidden from going to public swimming areas, schools and school yards, daycares, playgrounds, youth shelters or public libraries.
He can not communicate with anyone under the age of 16 except in the case of “incidental or superficial contact ” with customers at his workplace or employees at businesses where contact is necessary to conduct transactions.
While RCMP want the public to take “suitable preventive measures,” police emphasized that no one should “embark upon any form of vigilantism or other unreasonable conduct” directed at Habetler.
Updated 16 November 2023
Court orders former Prince George man not to be where there are youth.
Brent Habetler, who legally changed his name to Sir Brent Adair Habetler, was arrested in March and charged with committing an indecent act in a public place.
A Saskatchewan man entered into a 12-month peace bond on Wednesday not to be at any swimming pool, daycare, day school, or youth centre.
Brent Habetler, who legally changed his name to Sir Brent Adair Habetler, was arrested in March and charged with committing an indecent act in a public place, and willfully obstructing, interrupting or interfering with the lawful use, enjoyment or operation of property, the community swimming pool, thereby committing mischief. Those charges were withdrawn in Lloydminster, Alta., court on Nov. 15.
In March, Saskatchewan RCMP said that in the interest of public safety, they were advising the residents of the Maidstone RCMP detachment area and surrounding communities of an offender who had been charged with committing an indecent act and the RCMP said that he was at high risk to reoffend.
Back in 2000, Habetler was arrested in Prince George for two counts of indecent exposure, one at a drivethru restaurant and the other at the Elksentre.
Police at the time said they had witnesses who could prove Habetler, who was then 23-years-old, was responsible for the acts. However, one charge was later dropped and Habetler was acquitted of the other.
– with files from Hanna Petersen/Prince George Citizen