SACRAMENTO (KGO) — Those GPS ankle bracelets that monitor some California parolees are not as effective as they could be. And that’s because some convicted sex offenders and gang members are cutting off the devices and getting away with it.
Authorities say 48-year-old repeat sex offender _____ ______ cut off his GPS ankle bracelet in November and days later he was charged with the sexual battery of a Fresno State student at the campus library.
“What I care about is that we get these criminals back behind bars,” Assm. Jim Patterson, R-Fresno said. “Because I don’t want someone else’s daughter to be molested in a library at a university.” Full Article