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A convicted sex offender entered a southern Oregon middle school Monday and spent more than an hour hiding in the girls locker room, police and prosecutors allege. Jackson County court records show Stevenson was convicted in of contributing to the sexual delinquency of a minor. According to police, school surveillance video shows Stevenson entered the building in the afternoon through a side door opened by a student.
Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings. The suspect, year-old Curtis Bradley Stevenson, was found in possession of an iPhone and clothing police believe he stole from the locker room. Police said Stevenson, a registered sex offender who is currently out of compliance, may have been involved in similar incidents in the area. Police said there's no evidence that Stevenson had any direct interaction with students in the locker room. Officers responded to the school at p. School staff had called police after finding Stevenson lurking inside the girls' locker room at Talent Middle School. School employees had asked him to leave the school and he complied. Surveillance video showed that Stevenson had been inside the locker room, undetected, for an hour and a half. Staff told police that a student opened a side door to the school and let Stevenson in.
Security footage showed that the man had been hiding in the school for about an hour and a half. School officials contacted police after 3 p. After the man left, TPD said that school employees looked over security video and found that the man had been inside of the school for about an hour and a half, apparently hiding in the locker room for most of that time. Officials also said that a student had reported her iPhone missing from the locker room during that time. Investigators later identified the suspect as year-old Curtis Bradley Stevenson — an "out of compliance" sex offender who had failed to register, TPD said — and tracked him to a home in Ashland. Officers took Stevenson into custody without incident, reportedly finding the stolen iPhone and some clothing that also appears to have been stolen from the school. There is no evidence that Stevenson had any direct interaction with students in the locker room," the agency said. According to a probable cause statement filed by the arresting officer, Stevenson told school staff that he had been visiting a young relative at the school. When staff talked to the relative, he confirmed Stevenson's account. The officer's statement also reveals that the "clothing" found in Stevenson's possession referred to three pairs of girls underwear recovered along with the stolen iPhone.