Sex offender banned from Oregon library
In case they didn't have enough to worry about, librarians at The Salem OR public library twice caught "notorious" sex offender Larry Lee Edwards looking at Internet pornography.
Librarians first caught Edwards using public computers to look up pornography sites Thursday and ordered him out of the building. Such activity is prohibited under library rules.
Edwards returned the next day and again began viewing Internet pornography. The librarians saw him and called police.
He was not charged with a crime, Salem Detective Craig Stoelk said. Edwards has no probation to violate; he served all of his time for his sex offenses and no longer is under any sort of post-prison supervision.
However, the infraction did result in a ban from the library, city parks and city parking structures.