Chilliwack – Social media has been buzzing over the James Conway case, the convicted sex offender who has been moved through a number of half way houses from Delta to Abbotsford and now resides in Mission.
Chilliwack now has Kevin Scott Miller, who has come to town and for a while, slipped under the social media radar.
Miller has a long history of violent sex crimes on both sides of the Canada-US border.
His record stretches back more than 20 years, including a disturbing rape of a 14 year old Victoria girl in 1995.
In 2014, as Miller was serving a 10 year supervision order, he slipped into the US, ironically using duel citizenship.
He failed to register as a sex offender in Snohomish County in Washington State. One month later, that same summer, he was picked up and released in Albany, New York.
In 2014 KIRO Seattle reported:
- Level 3 sex offender Kevin Scott Miller is homeless
- Convicted of 2 counts of aggravated sexual assault in Canada
- Registered in both Snohomish and Whatcom counties
Police are warning the community about a level 3 sex offender believed to be homeless who has moved into Snohomish County.
The Sheriff’s Office said 45-year-old Kevin Scott Miller was convicted of two counts of aggravated sexual assault in Canada.
Miller is not on active supervision and is only required to register as a sex offender, which he has done in both Snohomish and Whatcom counties.
He is described as white, 45, 6 feet tall, 175 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.
More informaton about Miller can be found on the Snohomish County sheriff’s offender search page.
Miller now lives in Chilliwack with a number of restrictions including no drugs or alcohol, no computer nor access to pronography, he must return to the half way house on a nightly basis and partake in anger management courses and be registered in a sex offender program.
FVN contacted Chilliwack RCMP about why there was no mass media release and they responded by stating that such a release would not come from their office. No word from Corrections Canada, as they rarely comment on such stories.