A registered "sexually violent" offender convicted of forcibly touching his victim without consent and a previous rape conviction has reported a move in Westchester County.
The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued an alert this week to Westchester residents regarding the residency of 57-year-old Jack Williams, who was in the Westchester County Jail but has reported a move to Livingston Road in Yonkers.
The Division of Criminal Justice Services has assigned Williams as a Level 3 threat, which means he is a “high-risk repeat offender and possible threat to public safety.” He has also been designated as a sexually violent offender.
According to the Division of Criminal Justice Services, Williams was arrested in Utica in July 22 and convicted of one count of forcible touching and forcibly touching a person's intimate parks in October that year, when he was sentenced to six months in jail. Williams had a previous conviction for first-degree rape. He is now under the jurisdiction of the Westchester County Department of Public Safety.Further info on Williams from the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services can be accessed after clicking the CAPTCHA box found by clicking here .
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