A registered sex offender was playing football for PCC while wearing a GPS tracking device, according to a story by Jeremy Balan in the PCC Courier.
Darryl “Slurp” Stevens was kicked off the team after he was arrested on an assault charge, according to the article. Here’s a sample:
A registered sex offender and member of PCC’s football team, was arrested Sept. 2, the first day of school, on an assault charge after a fight with a female friend.
Darryl Stephens (also known as “slurp” to friends and teammates) has been on parole since April 4, 2005, for a charge of “assault to commit a specific sex crime,” according to the California Department of Corrections. He was also wearing a GPS high-risk sex offender bracelet on his left ankle and was listed as a restrained person per a domestic violence order, according to the arrest report.
Stephens is now being held at Pitchless Detention Center in Castaic.
Photo by Daniel Lottes for PCC.