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More sex offenders in rural areas

The rural communities on the edges of the High Desert have higher percentages of residents who are registered sex offenders when compared to larger cities in the area and to similarly sized communities elsewhere in the state, Megan’s Law website statistics show. Data also show that smaller local communities have larger percentages of sex offenders than the overall average in the state. Full Article

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  1. Lake County

    Article quotes Sheriff, “Sex offenders aren’t just sex offenders, they commit burglaries and thefts and property crimes. If we don’t know where they are, that creates a problem.”

    I wish we had stats on how many RC are first time convicted of a crime and have not committed a crime since.


      The sheriff shows the ignorance and lies in his statements that have been told to the public by politicians to get unconstitutional laws passed. He needs to be educated on the facts and get educated on the constitution.

  2. ab

    I have an idea. Let’s work on the following goal.

    No more sex offenders. No more victims. No more wasted resources.

  3. Q

    Jim Black, Sheriff’s Special Program Coordinator for the department’s sex offender registration program and San Bernardino County Probation Department spokesman Chris Condon obviously have beliefs based on many things that have proven to be untrue. I’ve lived in a rural area since 06 and the thought of committing a crime hasn’t crossed my mind!?!? The fact of the matter is before I was sucked into this modern brand of persecution I was and still am very law abiding.

    It’s the likes of Jim Black & Chris Condon who continually break state and federal law in their quest to completly oppress us; a targeted group. This is the same thing that was going on under the Third Reich in Nazi Germany and eastern Europe during the 30s & 40s. It’s called “persecution.” Throw out that BS political correctness and call it what it is; “persecution.”

    These people need to acknowledge the truth that stares them in the face every day. Which is that the majority of registrants are not the criminals their off center minds have them believing we are, and the majority of us are not criminals and quite possibly the most law abiding class of people in the state. They need to stop arresting registrants for every petty transgression (real or imagined) for a few years and then assess their beliefs and opinions.

    • Q

      “These are important people to look out for,” said Jim Black, Sheriff’s Special Program Coordinator for the department’s sex offender registration program. “Sex offenders aren’t just sex offenders, they commit burglaries and thefts and property crimes. If we don’t know where they are, that creates a problem.”

      Is it just me? or has anyone else noticed that there are zero crime statistics? Plenty of numbers relating to how many registrants live where; but nothing showing the claims of Jim Black; wonder why?

      • Harry

        Because it is not happening. Most of the SO rants were made up from the day one. However, the truth is popping up the black top of lies. Time is the friend of what is true.

  4. Avig

    Well, no one wants petty crime to be going on. Have any of these registered citizens been convicted of such things?

    If you are a registered citizen and you don’t commit petty crimes such as the sheriff has described, then maybe he ought to cool it with the derogatory comments. And I sure hope he doesn’t engage in harassment of registered citizens, unless he has some genuine evidence they are committing misdeeds.

    Hey, I have an idea too. The sheriff and other public spirited anti-crime citizens can form a committee to find jobs for 290’s. Let registered citizens earn a living and they will not even be tempted by petty crime. Win-win.

  5. K

    The author needs a refresher math class. All the ‘percentages’ have 2 extra zeroes.

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