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Recently released sex offender Cary Jay Smith is the move again, with Santa Ana police announcing Wednesday he had left that city.
Smith had been staying at a mental health facility in Santa Ana since Tuesday evening, but police said Wednesday afternoon he had left and found a new place to stay. His latest whereabouts were not immediately disclosed.
Smith has bounced around the Southland for the past week after being met with repeated protests by residents during brief stays in Orange, Riverside and San Diego counties. On Tuesday, Smith was taken to appointments in the area by Orange County mental health officials, who were attempting to find him a place to live, Garden Grove Police Lt.
Rich Burillo told City News Service. The Garden Grove Police Department announced Monday evening that Smith had checked into a motel, and officers set up a surveillance detail to monitor him. Protesters eventually amassed outside the motel Tuesday morning, prompting him to depart. Santa Ana police announced late Tuesday that they had been informed that Smith was at a health-care center in that city, and they were monitoring the situation. Smith was released from Coalinga State Hospital on July 14 after spending 21 years there for openly fantasizing about raping and killing children.
Smith was no longer a danger to others,'' Smith's attorney, Staycie Sena, said in a statement. We must trust the rehabilitative process. Smith is under constant police surveillance, is cooperating fully with various law enforcement agencies and is working with mental health professionals to ensure the safety of the community. Sena told City News Service in an that the protesters who have been gathering outside various locations where Smith was staying were endangering public safety themselves. Releasing his whereabouts so that angry crowds appear is not beneficial to anyone and only increases the risk of community harm.
Following his release from the state hospital, Smith stayed in Los Angeles for one night before making his way to Orange, where he checked into a halfway home on July 16, said Sgt. On Saturday morning, Corona police said Smith had relocated to a motel in that Riverside County city, where he was being monitored by law enforcement. At p. Thank you to everyone who engaged with us upon learning he was in our community. Please read the press release from Orange PD below for more details. Thank you to everyone who engaged with us upon learning he was in our community,'' the Riverside County Sheriff's Department's Lake Elsinore Station posted Sunday on Facebook.
A protest against Smith staying in the Lake Elsinore area was planned but called off following the announcement that he had left Lake Elsinore. Protesters did go to the block of Casino Drive at about p. Sunday, Riverside County Sheriff's Sgt.
Sarah Mack said. At about 4 p. Gavin Newsom asking for help researching why Smith was no longer required to register as a sex offender despite a conviction and requirement to do so in Newsom's office referred questions to the Department of State Hospitals. Ken August of the Department of State Hospitals said state and federal privacy laws prohibited the department from commenting. Smith received a letter from the state Department of Justice informing him that he no longer had to register as a sex offender, OC Assistant District Attorney Shawn Nelson said.
It's still not clear why that happened, Nelson said.
Smith appeared to be "very mild and passive'' when McMullin of the Orange police spoke with him Thursday night. SDSheriff is monitoring a sex offender released by Coalinga State Hospital two weeks ago to ensure the safety of our communities.
He's moved around Orange and Riverside Counties since his release. Smith pleaded guilty in to a misdemeanor sex offense againstrequiring him to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life, Spitzer said. Smith was committed to Patton State Hospital in San Bernardino in on a psychological hold when his wife gave a psychiatrist a letter her husband wrote that described sex acts he fantasized about committing with a 7-year-old boy in his neighborhood in Costa Mesa, according to prosecutors.
The state kept him locked up in a state hospital under a civil commitment that concluded he was a danger to children, according to prosecutors. Under that law, he had the opportunity to seek release in a trial every six months.
However, during the hearings he testified that he continues to fantasize about sexually assaulting and killing young boys, prosecutors said. He says, 'If you don't cut off my penis and hands I will molest again. Southern California. What to Know Cary Jay Smith pleaded guilty in to a misdemeanor sex offense againstrequiring him to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
However, inthat requirement was lifted for an unknown reason, the OC DA said. He was committed to Patton State Hospital in San Bernardino in on a psychological hold when his wife gave a psychiatrist a letter her husband wrote that described sex acts he fantasized about on a 7-year-old boy in his neighborhood in Costa Mesa, according to prosecutors. During hearings he testified that he continues to fantasize about sexually assaulting and killing young boys, prosecutors said. Sex offender in Gargen grove has now moved, fear in the community arises. Vikki Vargas reports.
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