After Early CV19 Prison Releases, 6 of 7 CA High Risk Sex Offenders Are Back In Jail
In California, six out of seven sex offenders who were released early from jail due to concerns of the coronavirus are now back in jail.
Back in early April seven sex offenders were released from jail early over concerns of the spread of coronavirus. The men had originally been arrested for various sexual crimes including sexual battery, indecent exposure and child molestation.
After their release Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer had warned residents about the dangers of these criminals being released.
“These kinds of high-risk sex offenders are the most dangerous kind of criminal and the most likely to re-offend. They are doing everything they can to avoid detection by the parole officers assigned to monitor them so they can potentially commit additional sex offenses. These are not the kind of people who should be getting a break.”
– DA Todd Spitzer
The sex offenders who were arrested again did not commit sexual crimes this time around. Most were arrested for drug possession or criminal threats.
“It comes as no surprise that these high-risk sex offenders continue to violate the law and do everything they can to avoid being tracked by law enforcement. There is a concerted effort here in California and across the nation to open up the jailhouse doors and let dangerous criminals back into our streets without regard for the safety of the public which we are sworn to protect.”
– Todd Spitzer
Spitzer has been accused by Public Defender Sharon Petrosino of trying to scare the public by imposing fear.
Under California’s zero bail policy numerous criminals have been released early only to be rearrested.
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