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Orange home to fifth-highest amount of sex offenders in O.C.

The Panther, Chapman University Student Paper – The city of Orange has the fifth highest number of registered sex offenders among the 34 cities in Orange County, according to Megan’s Law’s, a website that lists registered sex offenders in California.

Orange has 91 registered sex offenders, 24 of which are within a 2-mile radius of Chapman University. Eighteen of the offenders were arrested for performing or attempting “lewd” acts with a child under the age of 14, and there is one offender who was arrested for rape. Full Article

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  1. Someone who cares

    So, now would be a good time to figure how many of these new rape cases were committed by someone on the registry. Chances are…none. So, there we see again that the registry has no bearing on sex offenses committed by people who have not been on it. These are people everyone knows and trusts since they are not on the registry. Boy, have they been fooled into false sense of security yet again.

  2. G4Change

    “Crime statistics provided by the Orange Police Department showed an increase in the number of rape cases between 2012 and 2014, rising from eight to 10.”

    So glad to hear that the registry is reducing sex crimes in Orange County! [sarcasm]

  3. Tim

    This article says there are two comments, but it will only show one to me, by a member of Facebook. I found the same thing on one of the sites that had the news about the Halloween lawsuit. Is Facebook is behind this, and if so, are they not implementing SB 448 unilaterally to exclude political discussion?

  4. td777

    Hmm…anyone think that might be because one of only two parole offices in OC work with registered parolees? When I was on parole in OC, I was placed near the parole office, as were most of us.

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