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1. Renowned child psychiatrist caught filming boy while he went to the toilet.
An esteemed Perth child psychiatrist who charges up to $800 an hour and has a three month waiting list has been arrested after allegedly using a mobile phone to film a young boy using a movie theatre urinal in a toilet in Canada.
Aaron Voon, of the Successful Development and Therapy Centre at Cockburn Central, Perth, was arrested by Canadian police on child pornography charges following the incident in Edmonton, Alberta on May 22 reports WA Today.
The boy’s father confronted Voon after he saw him taking the video of his young son.
A video of that confrontation was posted online. In it the boy’s father and two other men confront Mr Voon outside the bathroom.
While the father has hold of Mr Voon’s arm, he tells the camera that Mr Voon was in the bathroom and had put his camera down next to his son.
The two men say to Mr Voon “show us your camera’”
“You were caught red handed with your camera angled when some boy was peeing” one of the men yells.
The footage of the incident was later posted online by a local news site, The Edmonton Crime Report.
Voon now faces charges of possessing child pornography, making child pornography and voyeurism, local reports say.
Over the weekend administrators at Dr Voon’s paediatric clinic emailed parents a message from Dr Voon.
“A most terrible thing has happened with me in the past week whilst overseas which I will need to manage urgently … I will have to cease practice immediately indefinitely.
“For patients and family I am so sorry for leaving you so suddenly. I can honestly state that these issues have been TOTALLY separate from work and I have always provided you and your children with the best possible, safe and appropriate care.
WA Today reports that there is no suggestion that Dr Voon has been involved in illegal activity in Western Australia.
2. Man charged with triple murder of a mother and her two kids in Adelaide.
Steven Peet Adeline Rigney-Wilson and her children. Via Facebook.
A man has been charged with the murder of a mother and her two children after their bodies were found at a home in Adelaide's north.
Police found the bodies of a five-year-old boy, six-year-old girl and 29-year-old woman inside a rural property in Hillier on Monday afternoon.
A 30-year-old man found at the scene was taken to the Lyell McEwen Hospital before being released into police custody, interviewed by detectives and charged with murder.
The man has been named as Steven Peetan, 30.
He was the partner of murdered woman Adeline Rigney-Wilson, 29, but not the father of her two children.
The Advertiser reports that Ms Rigney-Wilson had just moved in with Mr Peet only a few months earlier.