Earlier this year, 33-year-old ____ ____. was charged with molesting four local children. He recently agreed to plead guilty and to disclose details about even more victims.
The Mishawaka man admitted to similar incidents before, in two other Indiana counties. He left prison in 2010, and as a sex offender on parole, he was subject to strict rules including no alcohol, drugs or pornography. He couldn’t be around children or change addresses without permission.
That period of parole supervision, which included frequent contact with a parole officer and the possibility of drug testing, computer searches and polygraphs, lasted a little more than a year. After that — in July 2011 — ____ was placed on lifetime parole as a sexually violent offender. Full Article