It’s not a pleasant topic, but neither is having your child accused of a heinous offense without there being any way the child could understand the consequences.And with that cheery thought, I present you: Mislabeled a Sex Offender: The Kelmar Family’s Fight for Justice Posted on April 6, 2016 by The Arc My name is Brian Kelmar, and I am the father of a 24 year old son who has autism and auditory and sensory processing disabilities.But it also is a danger,' Berrien County District Court Judge Dennis Wiley said.'You went online, to use a fisherman's expression, trolling for women to meet and have sex with.While they were hooking up, the girl's mother began to worry.She saw her daughter leave home earlier in the evening, but didn't know where she was going and figured she would be back soon.The judge did not offer leniency under a state law that allows expungement for some younger offenders.
Police said Mc Govern is not only a registered sex offender but that he was on probation for a prior conviction involving lewd acts with a minor more than 10 years younger than him.
The teen’s mother later found text messages between her daughter and Mc Govern on the daughter’s phone.
The mom conducted her own initial investigation and ultimately found the suspect on California’s Megan’s Law website.
The unidentified victim, who suffers from epilepsy, left home that night to meet up with Anderson and when she was late returning home, her mother worried that she might have an attack so she called police.
Anderson's dreams of working in the computer science field have also been scratched since a strict judge has ordered him banned from computers and smart phones for the next five years of his probation.