Park rangers Chris Dameron, right, and A.J. Bennett run a check on a man living on the American River Parkway in 2012 who turned out to be a convicted sex offender. Those who successfully sued over Jessica’s Law argued that residency restrictions forced sex offenders to live on the street.
Park rangers Chris Dameron, right, and A.J. Bennett run a check on a man living on the American River Parkway in 2012 who turned out to be a convicted sex offender. Those who successfully sued over Jessica’s Law argued that residency restrictions forced sex offenders to live on the street. Jose Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file
Park rangers Chris Dameron, right, and A.J. Bennett run a check on a man living on the American River Parkway in 2012 who turned out to be a convicted sex offender. Those who successfully sued over Jessica’s Law argued that residency restrictions forced sex offenders to live on the street. Jose Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file

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