Yet it's unclear if the housing ban deterred crime, Rushford said, in part because it restricted where offenders slept but left them free to spend their waking hours near schools or parks. Criminal Justice Legal Foundation President Michael Rushford, whose organization advocates for crime victims, said the high number of sex offenders on the street may be a symptom of California's recent reductions in criminal penalties to reduce prison overcrowding.
A Gaston County high school soccer coach and teacher is accused of soliciting a minor on the Internet. Officials know human trafficking in South Carolina is a growing problem. The Fayetteville Observer does not ordinarily identify victims of sex crimes, but Palmer wanted to go public with her story.
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Johnson, Mazariegos and Creech have been charged with illegal possession of peeping Tom images. That requirement effectively blocked them from living in most parts of major California cities. The number of homeless offenders more than tripled after voters banned sex offenders from living near schools and parks a decade ago, and it was thought the number would fall with the Supreme Court's March decision.
Police were searching for additional victims of a year-old UPS employee charged with sexually assaulting two women last month. Digital access or digital and print delivery.