Jack Scott defends sex offenders on campus

Here’s what the state Sen. told PCC’s Courier staff regarding Darryl “Slurp” Stephens:

“I’m a strong believer in second chances. If someone has served his time and is deemed worthy to reenter society, a public school should not prevent that person from obtaining an education,” said Scott.

Scott was speaking in an interview after his appearance at the Faculty Flex Day.

The senator’s comments came in the wake of revelations that “Slurp” a PCC wide receiver/tight end was on the PCC fottball team’s roster while wearing a GPS ankle bracelet designed to track high risk sex offenders. 

Stephens had been convicted of rape and is listed on the state’s Megan’s Law Web site.


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  • Oh yes lets have registered Megan’s law offenders have their second chance in a shower room. Is it ok to roll my eyes on this one in disbelief?

  • Yellow headline

    3 demerits for you