Sex dating in astoria oregon
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Beebout moved from California to Oregon, never telling police where he was living as required.
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Twice-convicted child molester Daniel Zetterholm registered in San Diego, then hopped a bus and turned up in Portland with 4,500 images of child pornography and a guide for sex offenders on how to avoid detection.
Predator Jeffrey Cutlip left Oregon three times — once for three years — with police none the wiser.
Crime in Astoria detailed stats: murders, rapes, robberies, assaults, burglaries, thefts, arson No representation is made that the persons listed here are currently on the state's sex offenders registry.Only when he returned to collect Social Security and later turned himself in did they learn he'd traveled to New Mexico, California and Texas.All three men easily flouted the nation's mandatory sex offender registration law by moving from state to state without letting authorities know.Some states also feel the federal law stigmatizes offenders while giving the public a false sense of security. They lose 10 percent of an annual federal crime-fighting grant or, like Oregon, must direct the 10 percent to try to get in line with the federal law.Changes to state law are bringing Oregon more in line with other states, closing loopholes, for instance, that once excluded criminals convicted of certain offenses in other states from having to register here.It's so out of date that local police don't rely on it.Oregon's public website lists only a fraction — 2.5 percent — of the state's more than 25,000 sex offenders.So residents can't really tell who and how many sex offenders are in their neighborhoods.In fact, Oregon has the most registered sex offenders per capita of any state except one, national statistics show. Others come to Oregon with no intention of playing by the rules. They exploit federal and state laws that rely on the honor system. Police often discover violators only after they commit another crime, get pulled over during a traffic stop or because someone reports them.Calvin Curths, commander of the state police criminal investigation division.State police are overwhelmed by the volume of registrations, Curths said.