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The Nevada parole documents that are available said that Garrido had at least one felony conviction prior to being convicted of kidnapping and sexual assault in Nevada in 1977 for a crime the year before. The circumstances of the prior conviction weren't available Friday.
Nevada officials were never informed of his parole violation.
A violation of Garrido's parole conditions sent him back to federal prison in California from April to August of 1993, records show. But Dick Carelli, spokesman for the federal Office of Court Administration, did not know what Garrido did to violate parole.
she said. "I don't know why."
of five years to life for sexual assault. Because his 11 years in the federal prison counted as time served, he was eligible for parole as soon as he arrived in Carson City on Jan. 22, 1988.
Garrido violated federal parole
In the 1976 kidnapping and rape case, Garrido, then 25, abducted a woman from South Lake Tahoe on Nov. 22 of that year and took her to Reno where he raped her in a warehouse on Mill Street. Documents from that case and subsequent appeals describe Garrido as a violent sex offender who blamed the assault on his victim.
Garrido served 11 years of a federal kidnapping sentence in Kansas before being released to Nevada State Prison in January 1988.
Powell said Garrido met his wife while he was serving time at the federal penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kansas. Phillip and Nancy Garrido are now facing 29 felony counts related to Dugard's Converse White Slim Trainers kidnapping, rape and 18 year imprisonment.
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But Garrido, suspected of kidnapping Jaycee Lee Dugard from South Lake Tahoe in 1991, served just a four months in federal prison for the parole violation in 1993.
Federal officials Friday did not immediately respond to the newspaper's request for Garrido's parole record. The Nevada Parole Board declined to release further records on Garrido, stating that documents, including handwritten notes from the board's deliberations in the case, are exempt from the state's open records law.
Placer County Sheriff Office)Available federal and state parole records show that Phillip Garrido was released from a Nevada prison in 1988 only to violate his federal parole in California five years later.
On Aug. 1, 1988, the Nevada Parole Board, by a 3 2 vote released Garrido. He was technically on parole in Nevada, but federal parole took precedence and he moved to California.
Of the five members of the Nevada Parole Board in 1988, four are now dead and the fifth, one of the two members who voted not to release Garrido, couldn't be located Friday.
Federal records show Garrido violated his federal parole in 1993, but Nevada officials were not informed and didn't know about the violation until being asked about it by the Reno Gazette Journal on Friday.
"If we had been notified of that we would have done a retake," said Gail Powell, spokeswoman for the Nevada Department of Public Safety. She said he would have been brought back to serve the remainder of his sentence in Carson City.
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Although Garrido had been convicted of a sex crime, there apparently was no ban on him having contact with children, nor restrictions on his travels during his federal or state parole, officials said.
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The record shows:
He remained on federal parole until 1988, when the federal hold ended, Nevada officials said. His Nevada parole was still in effect, but the supervision fell to the California Department of Parole and Probation because he resided in that state and the two states have a cooperative agreement.
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