Saturday, October 2, 2010

Sacramento - Keep a close eye on your boys

A convicted sex offender is now considered no longer a sexually violent predator in the eyes of the law.

Timothy Boggs' lawyer successfully argued for an unconditional release.

That means Boggs will no longer check-in with parole agents and will no longer wear an ankle bracelet; he will be able to travel and leave the state as he pleases.

Boggs will still be listed on California's sex offender registry.

Boggs has two convictions for molesting 9-year-old boys in the Sacramento area in the 1980s.

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