Some of the language below may offend some readers; it is verbatim from the Connecticut Sex Offender Registry.
- The female victim, age unknown, was walking in her neighborhood when she was approached from behind, stripped naked, raped and left in a side yard. The offender had a gun to the victim's back. A 2005 DNA sample hit was confirmed for the offender and he was arrested in 2006.
- Offender approached to [two] male juveniles in a public area and masturbated himself while making sexual comments. Offender has a lengthy history of public indecency and risk of injury charges.
- Offender was involved with sexual touching of a 15 year old female. Offender would hold victim down and kiss her, touch her vaginal area and hold her hand to his penis when he had no pants on. Victim was known to offender.
These three statements are taken directly from the Connecticut Sex Offender Registry describing crimes committed by some of the residents of the January House sex offender facility in Montville. Remember, there are 21 stories more like these three.
Tonight, WEDNESDAY FEB. 13, the Montville Town Council has on its agenda a resolution to repeal the Child Safety Ordinance.
This ordinance is valid, has not been threatened by the ACLU, and is relevant to the Town because of this facility.
Why is the Council taking action to stop protecting our children?
If you cannot attend the public hearing to stop the Council from repealing this ordinance, please contact them at the below phone numbers or email addresses to let them know you want your child protected!
Mayor Ronald K. McDaniel
Tel: 860.848.3030 Ext. 301
Candy Buebendorf -Chairperson
Billy Caron -Vice Chairperson
Joseph W. Jaskiewicz