“Continued Supervision” for Offender

A man with a history of sexually violent crimes will be on something called “Continued Supervision” once he is out of prison.

Bexar County D-A Nico Lahood talked only to KTSA about how Reyes Mares will be monitored once he’s released.

“He’ll be required to wear a GPS and undergo more psychiatric treatment. That will last until a Judge decides he is no longer a risk to repeat the crimes.”

LaHood says a jury decided to sentence Mares to Continued Supervision, the first time this has happened in Bexar County.


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