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  • York County jury finds twice-convicted child sex offender should be kept in institution

    Franklin Mosier, 35, a twice-convicted sex offender against two 10-year-old girls from York County, will not be released from prison, even though he has finished his sentence. He was convicted in two separate cases, in 2011 and 1998. A York County jury in a civil case ruled this week that Mosier is a sexually violent predator, and that he should be confined to an institution instead of being released.

Franklin Mosier, 35, a twice-convicted sex offender against two 10-year-old girls from York County, will not be released from prison, even though he has finished his sentence. He was convicted in two separate cases, in 2011 and 1998. A York County jury in a civil case ruled this week that Mosier is a sexually violent predator, and that he should be confined to an institution instead of being released. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Franklin Mosier, 35, a twice-convicted sex offender against two 10-year-old girls from York County, will not be released from prison, even though he has finished his sentence. He was convicted in two separate cases, in 2011 and 1998. A York County jury in a civil case ruled this week that Mosier is a sexually violent predator, and that he should be confined to an institution instead of being released. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

Should repeat child molester be freed? York County jury makes the call

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