Midvale sex offender poses "extreme risk"

A Midvale man deemed to be an "extreme risk" to the community is back in jail, after being accused of going back to using heroin and spending time with underage girls. Victor Steven Robinson, 27, was charged in 2013 with three counts of rape of a child, and three counts of child endangerment. He would plead guilty to lesser charges of attempted aggravated sexual abuse of a child and endangerment of a child. In the 2013 case, Robinson had impregnated a 13-year-old girl he met on Facebook. He'd injected the girl with heroin on multiple occasions, including the three times he'd had sex with her.

On Tuesday Robinson was once again booked into jail on a suspected probation violation, and because parole agents believed that his continued actions posed a "high risk" to public safety. Officials with Adult Probation and Parole specifically cite his repeated use of heroin and its contribution to his behavior as a key factor making him a potential risk to the community. Robinson is also in what investigators consider a "high risk relationship" with an 18-year-old high school student he met on a dating site. It remains unclear if she was 18 at the time when they met.

Photo courtesy of Salt Lake County Jail


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