16 High-Risk Sex Offenders Move in Hudson Valley
Recently, 16 convicted sex offenders moved all over the Hudson Valley. Many sexually abused children.
Anthony Rodriguez moved from Rose Street in Poughkeepsie to South Hamilton Street in Poughkeepsie. The Level-3 sex offender raped an 11-year-old girl in 1994.
Kevin Egan was released from prison and is now living in Beacon on Roundtree Court. He's considered a Level-2 sex offender.
Richard Leggo lives on Main Street in Highland. He previously lived in Newburgh. The Level-3 sex offender was convicted of attempted rape in 1995.
Raymond Sanford left Catherines Land in Ulster Park for Main Street in Phoenicia. He's considered a Level-2 sex offender.
Theodore Smith and Charles Larson were both released from prison and both live on Rose Street in Poughkeepsie. Larson is a Level-3 sex offender who raped a 15-year-old girl three times.
James Jones left Hopewell Junction for Noxon Street in Poughkeepsie. The Level-3 sex offender sexually abused a 5-year-old girl in 19998.
Rhett Russo left prison and moved to Grand Street in Newburgh. He's considered a Level-2 sex offender.
Andrew Bates, a Level-2 sex offender, moved from Broadway in Newburgh to Ann Street in Newburgh.
Wayne Oles moved to Bircher Avenue in Poughkeepsie. The Level-3 sex offender was previously homeless. He sexually abused three young girls in 2001
Edward Thomas, a Level-2 sex offender moved from Wallkill to Broadway in Port Ewen.
Rocco Aieta left Troy, NY for a home on Mesier Avenue in Wappinger Falls. The Level-3 sex offender sexually abused a 6-year-old girl in Oregon in 1991.
Jose Soto moved from Cedar Street in Kingston to Franklyn Street in Kingston. The Level-3 sex offender sodomized an 85-year-old woman.
Walter Post, a Level-3 sex offender who raped a 13-year-old girl, moved from Broadway to Dubois Street in Newburgh.
Anthony Giambrone left Highland Avenue for East Main Street in Middletown.
Antonio Beam was released from Orange County Jail and moved to Airport Road in Huguenot.
**All of the above information is according to the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services**
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