Tuesday, June 6, 2023

Dangerous Sex Trafficker Moves to Town of Newburgh – Across from Popular Day Care

A high risk sex offender who was convicted of trafficking a woman has moved into the Town of Newburgh, the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services has warned. “A threat to public safety exists,” according to the risk level assigned to the dangerous perv.

Alexander Adams was sprung from the penitentiary last week and has moved into the Orange Lake Motel in the Town of Newburgh. He also goes by the aliases Larry Green and Mookie Adams.

The Orange Lake Motel is located on South Plank Road and houses other dangerous sex offenders as well. It is diagonally across from the popular Building Blocks Child Care Center.

Adams is listed as a Level 3 sex offender, which is the most dangerous rating given. He is classified as being a “high risk of repeat offense and a threat to public safety exists.”

In 2011, Adams engaged in violently sex trafficking a woman in the Town of Newburgh. He was convicted of the crime in 2014 at the age of 56. He is now 67 years old.

According to the DCJS, Adams used a provided a narcotic drug to impair the judgement of the victim. He also reportedly used a choking instrument. The offense included kidnapping and unlawful imprisonment, as well as patronizing and promoting prostitution.

In addition to using a choking instrument, Adams also reportedly made threats, physically overpowered his victim, and struck the victim with a hand, fist, or club.

Adams was convicted of Sex Trafficking, a Class B felony; Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the 2nd degree, a Class C felony; and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 2nd degree, a Class A-2 felony. The drug charge was a more severe crime than the sex trafficking charge.

In 2014, he was sentenced to 5 to 15 years in the slammer. He was paroled last week, according to the DCJS.

This was not his first run-in with the law, public records show. In 1984, he was convicted of Robbery in the 3rd degree in Dutchess County. He was sentenced to 2 to 4 years in the pen, but won a parole before his two years were reached.

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