You can't tell the lion's sex or age, the department said.
Although cougar sightings are rare, there have been three in the state since November.
Offenders can enter a school zone to vote, to attend parent-teacher conferences, and to pick up or drop off their children.
The law does not specifically address whether an offender can attend their child’s sporting event, school play or other school activities.
By Derrick White Michigan State Trooper Q: Can a convicted sex offender still live in a house with other children? A: We receive a lot of calls from residents angry that a person on the Sex Offender Registry is still living with minors.The Missouri Supreme Court heard a case Wednesday that could have wide-ranging effects on children accused of serious sexual crimes.The case involves a troubled, developmentally delayed 14-year-old St. But once they are no longer under the supervision of MDOC, the SOR laws contain no legal restrictions on who they can live with. These zones are defined as being within 1,000 feet of a school, and they forbid the offender from doing the following:• Living or working within 1,000 feet of the school zone.There are several exceptions to this rule, including if the offender already lived at that residence or worked at that place of employment prior to Jan. • Offenders cannot not loiter within the zone with the intent of observing or contacting minor children.