Convicted Pedophile Sets Up Free Drug Camp Near San Francisco School

Adam Moore, a convicted people, advertised 'Free fentanyl' outside a San Francisco school. (ABC news clip)

Adam Moore, a 46-year-old convicted pedophile, was arrested recently after establishing a homeless encampment directly across from the Stella Maris Academy in San Francisco.

Shockingly, Moore displayed signs advertising ‘Free fentanyl 4 new users’ and ‘Meth for stolen items.’

In an interview with ABC7, Moore was adamant that his signs were genuine. He stated, “It’s not a joke,” emphasizing that he would distribute drugs that people traded him for various supplies.

Moore’s criminal background paints a concerning picture.

According to California’s Megan’s Law database, he was found guilty of performing lewd acts on a minor under the age of 14 back in 1997 and was subsequently released in 2005.

Furthermore, the San Francisco Standard revealed that Moore has been taken into custody five times since 2007 in San Francisco due to his consistent failure to update his address as a registered sex offender.

The Santa Cruz Sentinel also highlighted a 1997 case where Moore was convicted for molesting a 12-year-old in Santa Clara County. Following his release, he went on to have illicit relations with a 15-year-old in Santa Cruz.

Moore shared with ABC7 about his philosophy on life, saying, “I only live by two rules: be kind to others and make it look easy for children.”

Despite his alarming history, Moore is not categorized as a ‘high-risk’ offender, allowing him to reside less than 2,000 feet from educational institutions.

Local resident, Jon Chintanaroad, expressed his anxiety: “My wife walks our baby around by herself. You always want to be on guard in what’s supposed to be a peaceful residential area.”

This Friday, Moore faced another setback. San Francisco Police officers directed him to evacuate his encampment by 12:15 pm. When Moore failed to comply, he was apprehended. Subsequently, his possessions were collected and discarded.

Peter Marlow, representing the Archdiocese of San Francisco, commented on the situation: “Our primary objective was to ensure the safety of our children and the community. Thankfully, that seems to have been achieved. We’re in collaboration with the police to ensure the full enforcement of relevant laws.”

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