Sexually violent predator Jeffrey Snyder released
COALINGA, Calif. (FOX26) —
The Fresno County District Attorney's Office reported sexually violent predator Jeffrey Snyder has been conditionally released from Coalinga State Hospital on Wednesday.
A hearing in March 2016 found Snyder continued to meet the criteria as a sexually violent predator, but he qualified for treatment as a condition of his release.
After completing his treatment, officials attempted to find a home for Snyder.
After researching 1,749, none were found to be suitable and the court ordered Snyder must be released and must live at a motel in Fresno County until permanent housing can be found.
Liberty Healthcare is continuing to search for permanent housing for Snyder, and if found, a hearing will be held where members of the members of the community can express their opinions.
Snyder is currently supervised 24 hours a day by a Liberty Healthcare employee and must wear a GPS tracker.