David Allyn Dokich - Serial Child Rapist / High Risk Sex Offender

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Day 158 - Recap

We did not protest today but Norco did. 'Molly' was our roving-reporter and she did a great job. Thanks 'Molly'!

Norco residents are having some of the same problems as Phelan and we are having.

The house looks like any other house but it has been bought to house more sex offenders. Norco is really sticking together on this and they have signs everywhere.

Click the play button or click the videos link and look for "Norco protest" to watch the video.

Every community had better wake up and start paying attention. Unless you live in a million dollar plus home your community is at risk.

Houses in lower and middle class communities are being bought around the state to house child molesters, sex offenders and other violent felons. Its Californias Dirty Little Secret and its big money for those involved.

'Violent Sexual Predator' cuts off GPS device, disappears

William Gilbert Lightner, 43, was originally charged with three counts of lewd and lascivious conduct in Ada County in 1993. He was accused of sexually molesting three girls under the age of 16 and making them watch pornographic movies. He pleaded guilty in 1994 to one charge of lewd and lascivious conduct with a 12-year-old in exchange for prosecutors dropping the other two charges.

Lightner served about 10 years of a 20 year sentence before he was released on parole in March of this year.

In July Lightner removed his GPS device and fled his Boise, Idaho home. He was apprehended this month by U.S. Marshals living in the small country of Belize, which is just south of Mexico.

Source: Idaho Statesman.com

Blog update: We have a new look

Hope you like it.

'Blast from the past' photo - day 10

Friday, October 07, 2005

Day 157 - Recap, protester had a stroke

We did not protest today.

One of the regular protesters had a stroke and is currently hospitalized. She has 2 beautiful young daughters and was very distressed when she learned that David Allyn Dokich is now driving around alone.

This is the effect paroles and people like parole supervisor Lisa Abma have on the community when they place as many high risk sex offenders, serial child rapists and child molesters into a halfway house as they can simply for the money and to make their jobs easier.

Please say a prayer for her, she is a wonderful woman trying to protect her children.

Thats all for now.

Day 157 - Another child molester moves into the clown house

Another child molester has moved into the clown house. His name is Richard Arlin Ratliff.

Offense Code

He actually lived here months ago but moved to a house a couple of miles away. Now he is back, probably because Harriet Cooks needed the money.

Richard Arlin Ratliff

Another new sign

Redneck makes the best signs Jerry, the best!

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Day 156 - Recap

Another day, another protest.

David Allyn Dokich takes off in his Silver Ford Taurus most days now alone. He seems to like to be out driving in the afternoon when kids are getting out of school. He takes his time when driving past Columbia Elementary School, drooling over the kids.

He has a new spot in the yard where he likes to sit. It gives him a good view of the road and the passing children and he is not as visible as when he sits beside the clown house.

There was a lot of activity at the halfway house this afternoon. I arrived just in time to see a parole agent getting ready to leave. He had a good laugh and waved at Dokich. The parole agents are real friendly with the child molesters. They also fly out of there when they see us.

RSO came by a couple of times but did not arrest us. Our court date is one week from today.

We are trying to hook up with the Pomona protesters. May as well pass on our experience to the newbies.

See you next time and keep your kids safe from the predators. Parole does not care about keeping the community safe, they only care about making their jobs as easy as possible.

Article: The Sex-Offender Lobby

The Sex-Offender Lobby
Ideologues block reform of Megan's Law.

Thursday, October 6, 2005 12:01 a.m. EDT

LOS ANGELES--Did you know that in California, child molesters and rapists are a protected class? It's true. Not only are California landlords banned from using the state's Megan's Law database to decline renting their properties to sex offenders, they're not even allowed to warn other tenants that these paroled criminals are now their neighbors. If they do the first, they can be fined $25,000 for housing discrimination. But if they don't do the second, they can be sued for failing to protect tenants against a known danger.

Landlords are caught between a rock, a hard place and the California State Assembly's Public Safety Committee, which last April stalled a bill designed to fix the Catch-22. The California Apartment Association is planning a grassroots effort to revive the bill, written by Assembly member Nicole Parra (D., Bakersfield), when the legislature reconvenes in January. Ms. Parra got the California Megan's Law registry online a year ago; before that, it was only available at police stations.

The Megan's Law movement began in New Jersey in 1994, after a seven-year-old girl there was murdered by a paroled child molester who'd moved in across the street. Megan's Laws differ from state to state, but in general they require law enforcement to maintain a registry of convicted sex offenders living in the area and make this registry available to the public.

The ACLU has fought Megan's Laws in every state but never succeeded in getting one declared unconstitutional; but as a sop to those worried about vigilantism, California's version included the provision against housing discrimination. The reform measure, AB 438, would specify that sex offenders are not a protected class. It would also order that the addresses of registered sex offenders--which are often outdated--be kept current online. As it stands, renters in an apartment formerly occupied by a sex offender run the risk of becoming false suspects.

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Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Day 155 - Recap

We were entertained at today's protest by Terence Glenn Hanley. He/she usually appears drunk. He/she often performs lewd acts like the one below for the kids.

Terence Glenn Hanley

Convicted child molester and Last Chance resident Yvonne Rose Hurst has been re-incarcerated. She was not at the clown house long but could not seem to stay out of trouble. Looks like she did not get the memo about how she was supposed to be 'rehabilitated'.

Yvonne Rose Hurst

We saw Dave Dokich's car in back of the clown house but we never saw him.

The Riverside County Sheriff's Department must be slipping as they did not harass or arrest us tonight. Maybe they are trying a new strategy to get us to stop protesting. What ever it is, it won't work.

Keep your kids safe and we will see you tomorrow.

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Gov. Schwarzenegger vetoes AB 632, signs other sex offender bills

Gov. Schwarzenegger vetoed AB 632 today, saying that under the bill, not one sexual offender would have spent a day longer in prison, been prohibited from living near schools or been monitored by satellite tracking.

Under the bill, a 15-member Sex Offender Management Board would oversee sex offenders in the state and use federal money to make recommendations on how best to house, treat, track, assess and coordinate their placement into communities. There are about 105,000 registered sex offenders in California. About 20,000 of them remain under law enforcement supervision.

The bill by Assemblyman Todd Spitzer, R-Orange, and Assemblywoman Judy Chu, D-Monterey Park, stemmed in part from the controversy surrounding the parole of convicted serial child rapist and high risk sex offender David Allyn Dokich to the Riverside County community of Mead Valley.

AB 632 passed the assembly with a rare, 72-0 vote.

"This bill is a recipe to create more red tape, not public safety," the governor wrote. "Rather than putting the focus on protecting kids and others from sexual offenders, AB 632 simply grows government,".

He urged lawmakers instead to pass the "comprehensive sex offender punishment and control reform(Jessica's Law)" that was contained in two bills that he supported but that stalled in the Democrat-dominated Legislature.

Spitzer said Schwarzenegger had been "hoodwinked and snookered" by his Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, which has been criticized for clustering paroled sex offenders in apartments and houses.

"The Department of Corrections obviously does not want to be accountable for the placement of sex offenders in California," Spitzer said.

Perhaps Chu said it best when she said Schwarzenegger "missed the point" of her bill.

"It's not about putting more sex offenders behind bars," she said. "It's to deal with the ones that have been set free."

Gov. Schwarzenegger did sign the following bills:

  • Allow counties and the state to strap global positioning system devices to the ankles of criminals on probation or parole and track them 24 hours a day, seven days a week (SB 619 by Sen. Jackie Speier, D-Hillsborough)
  • Prevent Medi-Cal from paying for erectile dysfunction drugs for registered sex offenders, in line with a May directive that Schwarzenegger issued to state agencies (AB 522 by Assemblyman George Plescia, R-San Diego).
  • Strip judges of the discretion to order therapy or probation instead of prison for people who sexually abuse their children or stepchildren (SB 33 by Sen. Jim Battin, R-La Quinta).
  • Give the victims of certain felony sex offenses when they were children until their 28th birthday to report those crimes (SB 111 by Sen. Elaine Alquist, D-Santa Clara).
  • Ban courts from granting custody or unsupervised visitation rights to a parent who lives with a convicted child molester (SB 594 by Sen. Tom Torlakson, D-Antioch).
  • Prohibit certain child molesters on parole from living within half a mile of public or private schools (AB 113 by Assemblywoman Rebecca Cohn, D-Saratoga).


Press Enterprise

Day 154 - Recap

We did not protest today.

However we did partake in other activities. We do this often though many times I cannot write about it here.

Have your children memorize the car photos below.

See you next time.

Dokich car photos

Monday, October 03, 2005

Day 153 - Recap, Dokich is driving alone now

We spot new vehicles at the clown house quite often. There are so many new people coming and going its like a swap meet parking lot at times.

We have seen a 2001 silver Ford Taurus parked out back for about a week but did not know to whom it belonged.

Today I got a call from someone that said they thought they saw David Allyn Dokich out in public. I chalked it up to paranoia. But about 15 minutes later I got another call from someone else who said they were right behind him. He was in a silver car in front of Columbia Elementary School, checking out the kids.

I got on the phone, made some calls, and found out that Dokich now has his drivers license and his own vehicle. We are entering a new chapter folks, the chapter where Dave Dokich can now drive around freely, alone, to do who knows what.

Many have asked me, can Dokich drive around alone? The answer is yes, he can. There are some restrictions on where he can travel, and he must remain inside his residence between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., but otherwise he can come and go as he pleases.

We have the license plate number from the vehicle he was driving. I am going to do some verification today to make sure we have the facts straight, then we will create and distribute a flyer with his mug shot, photos of the vehicle, description and license plate to the general area.

If you have any children attending schools in the area, you must tell them not to accept rides from strangers. Make sure they memorize his face!

David Dokich attacked his last victim (that we know of, there are so many) after giving her a ride.

Not much happened at todays protest although we did spot a new player. His identity is not yet know. We spotted him on the front steps of the clown house talking on a cell phone.

a new player

Be safe, a serial child molester and high risk sex offender is now driving around the area.

See you next time.

ALERT: Dokich now driving...alone

Two different sources spotted David Allyn Dokich out alone this afternoon. One spotted him in a car, alone, near a local school.


Sunday, October 02, 2005

Day 152 - Recap

We did not protest on Saturday but we did make it out Sunday for a couple of hours.

We noticed was that someone bashed in the mailbox and dumped some trash in front of the clown house. A neighbor told us it happened about 1 am Sunday morning.

That was a metal mailbox surrounded by bricks so it took some pounding to cave it in like that. This is the replacement for the first mailbox that was destroyed months ago.

Dokich bricked this one in, he has more work to do

A loveseat and other trash were left in front of the clown house

Another notice mysteriously appeared on the post in front of the halway house for child molesters. It looks much like the notice left by code enforcement, but this one is from the Pervert Patrol - Mead Valley Division.

Another day, another notice

We saw an RSO vehicle arrive and park on the dirt road adjacent to the clown house. Its odd how they only show up when there is a protest. A few of us hopped into an SUV and drove by the deputy on our way up to the side of the halfway house.

We watch the child molesters, RSO watches us

We caught some of the child molesters, including David Allyn Dokich, in back of the halfway house. As soon as they saw us they ran inside.

David Allyn Dokich is on the right

You can see your tax dollars hard at work in the last picture. The child molesters don't have to work, they get to lift weights, play pool, watch tv and kick back while you pay their bills.

See you next time and keep your kids safe.


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