Registered sex predator moves into Jacumba Hot Springs

JACUMBA HOT SPRINGS - Jacumba Hot Springs residents were notified Wednesday of a sexually violent predator moving into their neighborhood.

Deputies said they notified people in 14 homes and three schools that Mikel Marshall, who spent 14 years in custody for performing lewd acts on young boys, is now living in the East County neighborhood.

California was the first state to enact a sex offender registration law, which requires people convicted of specified sex crimes to register and local law enforcement agencies to notify the public of any possibly risks.

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