A sex offender in Vermont, who officials believe is likely to reoffend, is scheduled to be released from prison this Saturday.
James Crawford was convicted of lewd and lascivious conduct with a child in 2007, and two separate charges in 1998. His victims were female acquaintances and between 10- and 15-years-old.
Vermont Department of Corrections officials say that the risk of Crawford reoffending is labelled "High," and he has not completed his sex offender treatment.
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Officials say he will likely stay within Burlington when he is released and will be listed on the Vermont Sex Offender Registry.