Sheriff: Level 3 sex offender released from prison Wednesday, will live in Corvallis
CORVALLIS, Ore. - A Level 3 sex offender has been released from prison and will be living at the Benton County Transition Center on Monroe Street in Corvallis, the Benton County Sheriff's Office said.
"A Level 3 sex offender presents the highest risk to reoffend and requires the widest range of notification including listing on the Oregon State Police Sex Offender Registry public website," according to the State of Oregon.
The sheriff said James Crotsley, 52, was released from prison Wednesday.
He is subject to post-prison supervision on a charge of Sodomy in the First Degree until June 1, 2019.
"In the past Crotsley targeted adult females known and unknown to him and single females who have minor children," the sheriff's office said.
Crotsley is 6-foot-1 and 200 pounds with brown hair and eyes.
"He is to have no contact with minors and is not to frequent places where minors congregate such as playgrounds, schools, arcades, library, churches, or community pools," the sheriff's office said. "Special conditions for Crotsley’s release also include: no computer or internet access; no direct or indirect contact with his victims; and, no use or possession of alcohol. He is wearing an electronic GPS monitor, will submit to polygraph examinations, and has an 8:00pm curfew."
The public can report any misconduct or violations of these conditions to Benton County Community Corrections Deputy Shawna Johnson at (541) 766-6228 or Shawna.firstname.lastname@example.org.