Officials with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged 17 people with sex-crime felonies throughout the month of Jan. 2019, according to records obtained through a request made by the Chronicle.
Of those arrested was Lillian Cameron, a former Fort Bend ISD teacher who was arrested in 2016 for having an improper relationship with a student. Court documents show Cameron was arrested again for allegedly violating her probation multiple times. Cameron failed to pass drug and alcohol tests and did not complete a sex offender treatment program, court records show.
Cameron’s probation could be revoked after she was unsuccessfully discharged from sex offender treatment counseling services in Nov. 2018 due to her “ongoing pattern of high-risk behavior relating to substance abuse, resistance to treatment and an obsession with sexual behaviors,” court documents state.
Of the 16 others arrested for felony sex crimes last month, charges include aggravated sexual assault of a child, sexual assault, indecency with a child, promotion of prostitution, failing to comply with sex offender registry requirements and online solicitation of a minor. More than half of the charges were tied to a minor or a child.
The Texas Department of Public Safety offers an online mapping system of registered sex offenders throughout the state. To see where registered sex offenders might live in your neighborhood, click here.
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