Reply To: Sex offender danger at Halloween — truth or fiction?

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Jan

Here’s how ludicrous this can be. My son was convicted of possessing child pornography in a county which is over 100 miles from where he now lives and works. The original county which still supervises his probation requires all individuals on the sex offender registry to report to the probation office from 6 pm to 9 pm on Halloween. My son currently lives with me in my rural home where I have lived for 21 years and I have never had anyone at my country door to Trick of Treat in all that time. So he must drive a total of five hours to be present in a city for three hours when he would be safely supervised in my rural home with no access to anyone but me. This makes absolutely no sense to me.