It's that time of year where your children dress up and hopfully score loads of candy and other bags of junkfood. While it is the start of of the fall holiday season, it's also the time of year where law enforcement are making sure sex offenders are registered and complying with the law. Parents who want to know where the sex offenders are in their neighborhood, can check the sex offender registry. Want to get daily news updates and other events going on in your area? Sign up for the free Conroe-Montgomery County Patch morning newsletter.
Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about. Skip to Main Content. Sign In. These offenders represent unique challenges for probation and parole agencies who are responsible for supervising them. Because of heightened community apprehension about sex offenders and the potential, often devastating, harm to victims as a result of a re-offense, it is imperative that all available resources are utilized to provide a comprehensive approach to sex offender management.
Montgomery County officials arrested 17 people on charges of felony sex crimes in the month of June, according to a report in the Houston Chronicle. The newspaper also published photos of each of the 17 suspects in the sex crime arrests, all but one of whom were male. Among the charges they face include sexual assault, possession of child pornography , possession of child pornography with intent to promote, aggravated sexual assault of a child and online solicitation of a minor. If convicted, those who were charged could face severe sex crime penalties and punishments as set forth in Texas sex crime laws. Such punishments are especially steep when children are involved in a sex crime.