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Check in entrance of El Cajon home with 10 convicted intercourse offenders leaves neighbors confused

The sign says the perpetrators will be out by the end of the month, but the neighbors are still wondering if it’s really going to happen.

EL CAJON, Calif .– Neighbors in El Cajon say someone in the house where 10 convicted sex offenders live is sending them a message. The message was handwritten and now the neighbors are talking about it. A protest took place near the house last week because residents do not feel safe being there.

News 8’s LaMonica Peters spoke to a neighbor who said this sign only popped up this morning. It is said that the perpetrators will be out by the end of the month, but she still wonders if it will really happen.

A neighbor says that when she woke up this morning and looked through her curtains, she was surprised to see this written message in the house where the sex offenders lived. A neighbor named Felicia told News 8, “Hey, we’re going, so leave us alone so we can go. You think you won, but you did not win. “

She says she doesn’t know if the homeowners or the culprits put it there. Dozens of people came to protest in front of the house on Thursday. According to the Megan’s Law website, the 10 convictions of offenders range from sodomy with minors under 18 to lewd and lascivious acts on a child under 14.

The neighbor added, “We don’t want her in a different neighborhood because it’s the same problem. More children are in danger. You have to go to a place that is not family oriented, not a family neighborhood. She also says that she saw someone in the house looking out the windows, but she says no one opens the door when they knock. For now, she just remains vigilant, giving her child all the information they can to keep them safe.

“My neighbor takes my son to and from school. So, I thought if you see someone you don’t know who is asking for help, I told them that an adult will never ask a child for help, period.

News 8 has not confirmed to law enforcement that the perpetrators will actually leave the house, but the neighbors say they will continue to monitor and organize this house until something is done.

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