In January 2005, the Kenora district man pleaded guilty in Thunder Bay to manslaughter.
He was sentenced to nearly five years in prison for a drunken beating that resulted in the death of a Thunder Bay man.
On Thursday, McLeod pleaded guilty to threatening and was sentenced to time served (45 days) and placed on probation for 12 months.
Citing concerns for public safety, Ontario Court Justice Kristine Bignell imposed a number of conditions on the 28 year old man, whose criminal record includes a 2005 conviction for manslaughter.
"Mr. McLeod has to realize these are really important conditions and in order to stay out of jail he has to abide by these conditions."
He also is prohibited from having contact with anyone under the age of 16 and from engaging in any activity involving anyone under 16, including using a computer system.
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"Every time I drink I get myself in trouble," McLeod said.
When he was speaking to a police officer in Garden River First Nation on Oct. 31 he threatened to kill a person.
schoolyard, where children under 16 are present.
He must also take any treat m ent directed by Algoma Public Health.
The 12 month order was imposed because of fears Preston McLeod may commit an offence involving children.
In addition to his cognitive issues, McLeod has a substantial problem with alcohol abuse and then violence comes into play so safeguards are needed, she said.
McLeod has a psychiatric background, prosecutor Michael Varpio said.
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"His issues, fetal alcohol syndrome, coupled with cognitive issues, causes him to not realize the consequences of his actions," the assistant Crown attorney said.
Bignell also ordered that he abstain from alcohol and controlled drugs.
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