NC: Questions keep convicted sex-offender parent from attending his child’s basketball games

[journalnow.com]

______, a sex offender, is being investigated by the Surry County Sheriff’s Office for going onto the campus of Millennium Charter Academy to watch his child play basketball, officials say.

____ was attending basketball games at the school this winter, and volunteered to run the clock under an agreement with the school that allows him to be on campus as long as he is under supervision.

Someone raised an alarm with the Surry County Sheriff’s Office, and for now ____ and the school have mutually agreed that ____ won’t come onto the campus until everything is cleared up.

“I’m not going back on campus until I hear something,” said ____ , 49. “As far as I was told, I was doing what I was supposed to do.”

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Volunteering is the easiest way to put the spotlight on yourself and stupid in my opinion. I went to EVERY sporting event for the last 9 years of all three of my kids sporting events in high school. Nobody ever said a word to me. My youngest just wrapped up her senior season and we are about to wrap up club then she’ll be going on to play in college. In fact, all three of mine will have played in college and I like to think that being around to support them played a factor…..Screw’m nobody should keep you away from your kids. Just have to be smart and low key.

This guy sounds like a good Dad and ideal parent. It’s a shame the sheriffs office can’t discern good parenting from predator behavior.