sexually violent predator

SEXUALLY VIOLENT PREDATOR RELEASED IN JACUMBA HOT SPRINGS

 

January 14, 2015 (Jacumba Hot Springs) – Gary Snavely, a sexually violent predator, has released from a state mental hospital on January 12th and is now living in Jacumba Hot Springs (at 45612 Old Highway 80). 

The decision to release Snavely and place him in Jacumba was made by the Department of State Hospitals and the San Diego Superior Court.

STATE WANTS TO SEND PREDATOR SNAVELY BACK TO JACUMBA; DEC. 19 HEARING SET

 

By Miriam Raftery

November 14, 2014 (Jacumba Hot Springs)—The state has changed its proposed plan to place sexually violent predator Gary Snavely in Borrego Springs and now instead proposes places him in Jacumba Hot Springs at 45612 Old Highway 80.  A hearing is set for December 19 at 9 a.m. in Department 2 of San Diego Superior Court downtown.

RELEASE OF CHILD MOLESTER PROPOSED IN BORREGO SPRINGS

 

East County News Service

October 29, 2014 (Borrego Springs)--The state is proposing to release convicted child molester Gary Snavely, a sexually violent predator, in Borrego Springs.  A hearing will be held on December 5th in San Diego Superior Court and the public can provide with comments.

JUDGE MAY RULE FRIDAY ON PROPOSAL TO HOUSE ANOTHER SEXUALLY VIOLENT PREDATOR IN EAST COUNTY

 

August 21, 2014 (San Diego’s East County) – A Superior Court judge may rule Friday on a state proposal to place convicted child molester Allen Fields in Campo. If the housing plan is approved, he would be the sixth sexually violent predator placed in rural East County in recent years.

SEXUAL PREDATOR RELEASE IN EAST COUNTY WITHOUT MONITORING OR CONDITIONS

 

July 16, 2014  (San Diego’s East County)--David Chambless is a convicted child molester and sexually violent predator  with a mental disorder who has been living in Jacumba for the past five years, after being released from a state mental hospital.

PEDOPHILE EX-SCOUT LEADER PROPOSED FOR RELEASE IN CAMPO

 

June 17, 2014 (Campo)—The public can submit public comment now through June 23 on a proposal by the state to release sexually violent predator Allen Fields, 48, in Campo.  A hearing will be held on July 23 at 9 a.m. in Department 35 at the downtown courthouse.

BILL WOULD REQUIRE BETTER TRACKING, COMMUNITY NOTICE REGARDING SEXUAL PREDATORS

 

Lori Abbott, California News Service

May 2, 2014 (Sacramento) - A bill moving through the state Legislature would allow communities to have more input when a sexually violent predator is released from prison.

SEX OFFENDER COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION

October 5, 2012 (East County) -- Former Sexually Violent Predator (SVP) Matthew Harvey Hedge has reported to the San Diego County Sheriff's Department License and Registration Division on October 3, 2012 that he is now a transient in the areas of Spring Valley and Lemon Grove.

Since the court lifted his designation as an SVP on September 28, 2012, Hedge is free to live and go anywhere. He is no longer required to wear a GPS tracking device. He has served the sentence imposed by the court and is not currently on parole or probation.  Hedge is required to notify the Sheriff's Department of his whereabouts every 30 days.