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WilliamGregoryBabb_StatePhoto[KHTS] – A registered sex offender was released Friday from North Kern State Prison, but his incarceration status had not been updated on the California Megan’s Law website as of Sunday night.

The felon is William Gregory Babb, 54, formerly of Valencia.

His registration on the Megan’s Law website was still listed as incarcerated, according to the website for registered sex offenders.

His most recent arrest was at the hands of the Long Beach Police Department on Oct. 16.

 

Date of Birth: 10-19-1960
Sex: MALE
Height: 6’1″
Weight: 280
Eye Color: BLUE
Hair Color: BROWN
Ethnicity: WHITE

Babb’s offense was listed as 288.4(b) of the California Penal Code, which states:

“Every person who, motivated by an unnatural or abnormal sexual interest in children, arranges a meeting with a minor or a person he or she believes to be a minor for the purpose of exposing his or her genitals or pubic or rectal area, having the child expose his or her genitals or pubic or rectal area, or engaging in lewd or lascivious behavior, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding ($5,000), by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year, or by both the fine and imprisonment.”

He was sentenced Oct. 21, and then transferred from Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to the North Kern State Prison on Nov. 18.

The Megan’s Law website is [here].

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies help maintain the database by conducting address verifications.

“Locally, the Crime Prevention Unit zone leaders are responsible for conducting address-verification checks regularly,” said Sheriff’s Station Deputy Josh Dubin.

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34 Comments

  1. Thx u, SCVTV, for the heads-up.

  2. Uuugh!!! Really?? Is he in compliance with Jessica’s law and Megan’s law?? Who’s his parole agent?? I’m going to be watching his sick perverted ass!! Get out of our city!! Better yet, get out of our world!!

  3. Thank you once again SCVTV!

  4. Joann Roach Joann Roach says:

    Thank you for the warning!!!

  5. He should have been dealt with in prison.

  6. Thanks for the heads up. : /

  7. I’m not understanding why his status has not been updated on the site and his address documented??? Shouldn’t that be documented upon his release? He could be living anywhere.

  8. Great f-ing news. NOT. Why to they get out so easily?!

  9. Athina Lee Athina Lee says:

    Wish they would give all info on address where they end up living once out…..so if anyone has access to this – PLEASE POST

  10. PIG! Gonna memorize that face!

  11. Kathi Cole Kathi Cole says:

    I looked just now on Megan’s Law website and it says “this registrant may have subsequently relocated” on one page and incarcerated on another page. Should be immediately updated as he gets released!!!

  12. Yes his address needs to be made public. F’ing loser.

  13. Greg Brown Greg Brown says:

    He might have a beard and mustache by now. Maybe even a wig. Also new glasses. Remember the eyes stay the same. Memorize his eyes.

  14. Greg Brown Greg Brown says:

    He might have a beard and mustache by now. Maybe even a wig. Also new glasses. Remember the eyes stay the same. Memorize his eyes.

  15. Greg Brown Greg Brown says:

    He might have a beard and mustache by now. Maybe even a wig. Also new glasses. Remember the eyes stay the same. Memorize his eyes.

  16. Greg Brown Greg Brown says:

    He might have a beard and mustache by now. Maybe even a wig. Also new glasses. Remember the eyes stay the same. Memorize his eyes.

  17. Anyone know if the sheriff’s dept. would give out his current address?

  18. Anyone know if the sheriff’s dept. would give out his current address?

  19. I called santa clarita sheriff’s dept. and was forwarded 3 times eventually to a detectives voicemail. I guess we’ll see

  20. I called santa clarita sheriff’s dept. and was forwarded 3 times eventually to a detectives voicemail. I guess we’ll see

  21. Nicole says:

    Here is the Family Watchdog website. This site tries very hard to keep up on locations of offenders…this guy Babb is on the list but the address has not been updated yet.
    http://www.familywatchdog.us/

  22. I got a call back from the detective and he said this guy has until Friday to update his information.

  23. I got a call back from the detective and he said this guy has until Friday to update his information.

  24. Ann Lee says:

    Once a registrant is released from prison, he has five business days in which to register with local law enforcement. Once that agency enters his new address in California’s state sex offender database, the address will appear on the public Megan’s Law website the next business day (www.meganslaw.ca.gov). FamilyWatchDog is not California’s official sex offender website.

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