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MODESTO, CA — The day after a registered sex offender was released from prison, he was arrested for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl on a public bus.

Police say that 37-year-old Kevin Michael Long has spent his life in and out of the system, starting when he was only 12 years old. He has past convictions for assault with intent to commit rape, burglary, drug violations and making terrorizing threats. He just spent over seven years in jail before being paroled on Sept 17.

His family says they were told a month before his parole that he would be sent to a state hospital upon release. But instead of getting treatment, the got a call on the day of his release, instructing them to come pick him up. His family said “eff that.”

This was due, in part, to letters they had received from Long while he was incarcerated in which he admits to being sexually attracted to children, and claiming that he was the Lord.

“I have three teenagers I have a 14-year-old daughter, and 15 and 16-year-old boys. It specifically says in here that those are the kind of people he is interested in,” said one family member who refused to pick Long up upon his release.

So with no one to get him, nowhere to live, and no one around that could legally shoot him, Long spent Monday night at the Modesto Gospel Mission. The following morning, after disrupting a service at the mission, he got on a Modesto Area Express bus headed downtown. Also on the bus was a 15-year-old girl sitting with two friends on their way to school.  According to witnesses, Long tried talking to the girl and made a sexually explicit remark to her.

When another homeless man on the bus confronted Long over his comment and asked what he said, Long allegedly repeated the comment before he lunged at the girl and groped her. The homeless man jumped on Long and with the help of other passengers, held him to the floor until police arrived and arrested Long. Long was was booked in jail on suspicion of lewd acts with a minor, sexual battery and a parole violation.

One of Long’s family members apologized to the assaulted teen and expressed her displeasure with his even being released int he first place.

“I want to deeply apologize to the little girl and her family for what has happened. I did everything in my power to keep him from being out on the streets,” said the family member. “I’m disappointed in the State of California right now because they knew this was coming, that he was not stable to be in society.”

The state countered that, legally, there wasn’t anything they could do. Long had served his sentence and they were required to release him. Long’s family says they hope that maybe this time, if Long is convicted, that the state will get treatment for him. If not, they say he will continue to harm children if he is free.

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