Placer County Deputies Reportedly Arrest Sex Offender on School Property in Loomis
Recently, Placer County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to a school in Loomis in response to a call reporting a trespasser, according to a press release published to the agency’s Facebook page on February 7.
The individual who made the report claimed that they had asked a man to leave the school grounds several times, but he refused to do so. Upon arriving at the school, the deputies observed a man inside a truck in the parking lot. They approached the driver and identified him as 32-year-old Michael McKinnon. McKinnon was found to be in possession of suspected methamphetamine and a glass pipe commonly used for consuming illegal substances, the Sheriff’s Office said.
McKinnon was taken into custody on suspicion of unlawfully entering a school as a registered sex offender, loitering, and possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office commends the efforts of their diligent deputies, who are constantly working to protect the community from individuals who may pose a threat to others. It is of utmost importance for law enforcement agencies to take swift and decisive action against individuals who may pose a threat to the safety and well-being of others.