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Kamloops baseball bat attacker ordered to sell home to pay victim

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Kamloops baseball bat attacker ordered to sell home to pay victim

By Michael Potestio, Kamloops This Week.

A B.C. Supreme Court docket judge has ruled that a Kamloops person convicted of beating a teen virtually to demise seven many years ago intentionally offered his property to his mother and father for a greenback shortly following the attack in an effort to conceal his assets from a probable lawsuit.

As a result, Justice Joel Groves has purchased the sale of the home in Brocklehurst be completed by the mother of the target, Sue Simpson, who will receive the proceeds. The home’s most up-to-date assessed worth according to BC Evaluation is $973,000.

Kristopher Teichrieb conquer Jessie Simpson with a bat in June 2016, leaving the then-18-12 months-aged in a coma and with really serious, lifelong mind damage. For the past six several years, Jessie Simpson has been confined to a wheelchair, will probably never wander once more and will require 24-hour treatment for the relaxation of his lifetime.

In 2021, a civil suit awarded Jessie Simpson nearly $7 million from Teichrieb immediately after he was identified civilly accountable for damages.

Legal professionals representing the Simpson relatives accused Teichrieb of hiding belongings soon after the attack in anticipation of that lawsuit. Teichrieb sold his $587,000 Clifford Avenue property to his mom and dad for $1 seven months soon after the assault. In 2016, prior to the assault, Teichrieb, who owned two-thirds of the Clifford Avenue home, paid out his mothers and fathers $100,000 for the one-3rd of the assets they owned to come to be the sole proprietor prior to promoting it back to them soon after the assault.

In his ruling of Thursday, Feb. 16, Justice Groves purchased the sale of the household to be finished by Sue Simpson commencing on April 1 and reported Teichrieb’s moms and dads must be out of the household by April 30. Court listened to Teichrieb’s mom and dad presently stay on the ground floor of the house, with the upper flooring less than renovation. Courtroom heard Teichrieb’s mother, Cheryl, is caring for her spouse, Cornelius, who is infirm following suffering a stroke. Court read Cheryl wishes to go away Kamloops.

Kristopher Teichrieb was very last regarded to be residing in a halfway dwelling as portion of his sentence for assaulting Jessie Simpson.

Court read the property is Teichrieb’s lone asset, with his business, KCR Design, becoming taken about by his father after the assault and sooner or later collapsing.

Teichrieb pleaded responsible to aggravated assault and began serving a seven-year sentence in 2018. He experienced originally been billed with attempted murder. In the spring of 2021, he was granted statutory launch and moved to a halfway dwelling.

Jessie Simpson, then 18, was celebrating substantial school graduation on June 19, 2016. He became separated from mates and finished up on Teichrieb’s assets, close to the corner of Holt Avenue and Clifford Avenue in Brocklehurst, in the early early morning several hours.

Teichrieb attacked the teen with his fists and a metal baseball bat.

Teichrieb’s neighbours termed 911 to report the June 19, 2016, assault, the bulk of which took place in the center of the road immediately after Jessie Simpson attempted to flee. Neighbours informed police they could listen to the teenager crying and noticed him covered in blood. When law enforcement arrived on scene minutes afterwards, they found Teichrieb standing around a bloodied, motionless Jessie Simpson, indicating, “I received him.”

The teen’s injuries ended up sizeable. His mother reported the baseball bat attack left a dent so large in her son’s head she can place her hand inside of it. Her son life at a treatment household in Kamloops, but this earlier calendar year has been capable to invest weekends at his mother’s house in Savona.

Sue Simpson, together with friends of the household, continues to arrange different fundraising pursuits to aid fork out for her son’s treatment charges. None of the money owed to Simpson by Teichrieb have been compensated to date, Groves mentioned in court docket.

In the months foremost up to the assault, Teichrieb had threatened vigilante action immediately after calling police to report a number of incidents of theft and trespassing. Police warned him not to consider matters into his own palms.

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