Serial Sex Offender Moves Back To Temecula Home

TEMECULA (CBS) — A man convicted three times of spying on women has moved back to his Temecula home, according to a public warning issued by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.

Daniel Leroy Adams, 50, has a history of sneaking into businesses and homes to spy on women, sometimes photographing them for sexual gratification.

This week, Adams moved back into his home on the 34600 block of Calle Bella Loma, near the South Coast Winery where he was caught peeping in 2007.

Upon his release from prison, Adams registered with the Temecula Police
Department and is wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet on one of his
ankles, Sgt. Kevin McDonald said.

The Sheriff’s Department issued the alert as part of “Megan’s Law”, which allows law enforcement agencies to warn the community about convicted sex offenders who reside in their neighborhoods.

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