Sex Offenders Released in CA Arrested for Raping Teenaged Girls
Two registered sex offenders staying in a San Diego Motel 6 on homeless vouchers have been arrested after sexually assaulting a teenage girl. Teri Figueroa of the San Diego Union Tribune reports that one of the two registered sex offenders involved admitted that there are additional victims. Lawrence Cantrell, 34, and Michael Inman, 70, had been staying in a Motel 6 in El Cajon on a voucher from People Assisting the Homeless (PATH), when they allegedly raped a teenage girl while recording the assault on their smartphones. Cantrell had been staying in a different hotel in downtown San Diego on a PATH voucher but was kicked out after causing a disturbance. Both men have been arrested and held without bail while police search for the victims. PATH is a woke California program which claims to help homeless find permanent housing while focusing on “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.” Apparently convicted sex offenders qualify for their services, which are primarily financed with tax dollars. California’s woke criminal justice policies allow criminals like these to gain early release to the streets so that programs like PATH can put them in motels.