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    Orange County DA Warns of Sex Offender’s Release

    BY CITY NEWS SERVICE

    SANTA ANA, Calif. (CNS)—A convicted sex offender, who has been committed to a state mental health hospital for 20 years, has been released and appears to have made his way back to Orange County on July 15, Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said.

    Cary Jay Smith, 59, was released from Coalinga State Hospital on July 14, Spitzer said.

    “We were told he spent the night somewhere in Los Angeles County,” Spitzer said.

    Then Smith got picked up by his siblings and was brought to stay in Orange County, Spitzer said. Smith’s parents, whom he previously lived with in Costa Mesa, have died, Spitzer said.

    Spitzer’s investigators are attempting to find out why Smith was released and why he no longer is required to register as a sex offender.

    Read the rest of the story on The Epoch Times

    A file photo of recently released convicted sex offender Cary Jay Smith. (Courtesy of Orange County District Attorney)

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