Report Chides CA Parole System For Missed Chances In Jaycee Case


California parole officials who oversaw the man now charged with Jaycee Dugard’s abduction and years-long sexual bondage repeatedly missed chances to discover Jaycee and her girls, according to a scathing report by a state watchdog agency. The report by the Inspector General’s Office chides parole officials who have repeatedly claimed that Garrido complied fully with his parole conditions, reports the Contra Costa Times. The review concluded that Garrido committed numerous parole violations.

Convicted in the 1976 kidnapping and rape of a South Lake Tahoe woman, Garrido spent more than a decade in federal prison. He was under federal parole supervision in the decade following his release in 1988 – the period when Dugard was abducted at age 11, taken to Antioch and gave birth to the two daughters authorities say Garrido fathered.

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