The Washington State Department of Corrections has approved Powell’s plan to live in a privately owned residence in Tacoma, where he will be supervised by a community corrections officer who is part of a specialized sex-crime unit.
Powell will be required to wear a GPS locator for at least the first 30 days of his community supervision, the department said in a news release issued Monday. He also will be required to attend a sex-offender treatment program. Other conditions of his release include checking in at least twice a month with his community corrections officer and getting permission before leaving Pierce County. A community corrections officer also will make multiple unannounced checks on Powell each month.
And from this article:
The girls he took pictures of were awarded $1.8 million in a civil judgment that Powell didn’t contest until after the court’s ruling was final. In December, a judge ordered the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office to sell Powell’s largest non-exempt asset, his house at 18615 94th Ave. Court East in Puyallup, to start paying off his debt.
Since then, Powell, acting as his own attorney, has made several attempts to prevent his house from being sold in a series of handwritten motions… The girls’ mother, along with attorney Anne Bremner, filed documents in court earlier this month saying that Powell doesn’t present any valid arguments and has no way to pay his mortgage. Powell also has stated he does not plan on living at that address once he is released, according to court documents.
Where’s Susan? Steve may be the last person left alive who knows.