As repeatedly reported in Prison Legal News, for over a decade registered sex offenders have been targeted by vigilantes and assaulted, robbed and murdered due to their past crimes. Such information not only endangers registered sex offenders but also those who live with them and, in at least one case in Dallas, Texas, an innocent victim. That Dallas man, who was beaten with a baseball bat, had simply moved into an apartment recently vacated by a sex offender. PLN believes these incidents are more widespread and occur with greater frequency than reported in the mainstream media. In one of the earliest cases of registry vigilantism, two registered sex offenders who were living in the same home in Bellingham, Washington were murdered in by a man who gained access to their residence by claiming to be an FBI agent investigating threats made against sex offenders. Hank Eisses, 49, and Victor Vasquez, 68, were gunned down by Michael Anthony Mullen, who later confessed to the crime.
Arizona sex offenders with unknown locations for October 2019
State paid sex offenders as baby sitters - Chicago Tribune
This is higher than the national average of Records indicate there are incarcerated Sex Offender or Child Predators in Louisiana, as well as offenders whose location is unknown in Louisiana due to the Sex Offender or Child Predators being transient or their address being unmappable. All names presented here were gathered at a past date. Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added. Some addresses or other data might no longer be current. Owners of Homefacts.
Greene County, IL Registered Sex Offenders
Jump to a detailed profile, search site with google or try advanced search. According to our research of Illinois and other state lists, there were 9 registered sex offenders living in Oak Park as of January 26, The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Oak Park is 5, to 1.
As a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic spread rapidly through Illinois prisons this fall, year-old Watson Gray made another plea to be released from Dixon Correctional Center, where new infections were rising. Gray had lived behind bars for more than 40 years, serving a life sentence for hiring a relative to kill his business partner in In the decades that followed, he tried to improve himself in prison, his lawyer said, working as a barber, a teacher and paralegal. One staff member — a year-old nurse near retirement — also died. The latest surge has far exceeded any previous peaks inside the Illinois Department of Corrections since the start of the pandemic.