Morro Bay sex offender caught with child porn

May 31, 2017

Jeremy Jacob Thom

Authorities arrested a convicted Morro Bay sex offender Tuesday morning after a search of his home revealed he was in possession of child pornography.

 Shortly before 9 a.m., San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s deputies,  Morro Bay police officers and state parole officers conducted a parolee compliance check at Jeremy Jacob Thom’s home in the 300 block of Tahiti Street. Thom, 35, was on parole for a conviction of molesting a child under the age of 14.

During their search, investigators found images of child pornography on Thom’s cell phone. The images showed pre-pubescent children engaged in sexual acts, according to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office.

Officers arrested Thom for felony possession of child pornography and a felony parole violation and booked him in San Luis Obispo County Jail. Thom remains in custody with his bail set at $35,000, according to the sheriff’s office website.







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11 Comments

  1. circlingthedrain says:

    There’s a vacant rental in Morro Bay?

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  2. demiseofslo says:

    Throw him in general population and save the tax payers some $$.

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  3. Rambunctious says:

    He needs mental treatment not parole and we should have institutions where that treatment can be given. Just to Lock em up then turn them loose is not the answer. I’m happy they were checking on the guy but he should be in an institution getting treatment not walking the streets.
    Other states have these places and they seem to be having success, but of course California can’t find the funding for such a place we have pubic sector pension costs to cover.

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  4. justbeware says:

    It’s time for a labotomy and castration.
    The safety and welfare of children should far outweigh this sickos “rights”.

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    • MrYan says:

      …..justbe-more-aware…:-)….already done..

      https://www.cga.ct.gov/2006/rpt/2006-R-0183.htm
      Feb 21, 2006 – Eight states allow chemical or surgical castration of sex offenders. They are: California, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Montana, Oregon, Texas, and Wisconsin. ..

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      • horse_soldier says:

        Allowed is not the same as done. Unless procedures have been preformed, he hasn’t had anything “done”.

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        • MrYan says:

          I have faith in those charged with overseeing, and implementing, our criminal justice program as it relates to sexual predator’s. I imagine it is a thankless job, but one they do well.

          Now they could be lying to us, or not following the law, as you imply.

          Do you want to step up for the rest of us and be an independent auditor of this process and observe that it is being done? It seems that will be the only way we can know for sure.

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  5. copperhead says:

    Mandatory castration? Neuter this piece of shit.

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  6. Rich in MB says:

    Thank you Gov Brown and Democrats in the State Legislature for letting these types of people out early on parole because you don’t want to build more prisons in California. At least he was taken off the streets before he molested a child again. Kudos to Probation officers for being proactive and protecting our Children and Community.

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    • mkaney says:

      So tired of idiots constantly repeating LIES. I’m amazed you know how to write, because you clearly don’t know how to read. “Offenders cannot petition a court if they have previous convictions for: sex offenses including rape, child molestation and other sex offenses; “

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