Level III sex offender relocating to South Kitsap

Toby Eugene Sybil is to reside at the 8800 block of Conwhit Lane Southwest

Toby Eugene Sybil (KCSO photo)

Toby Eugene Sybil (KCSO photo)

PORT ORCHARD — The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office is notifying the public of the anticipated residency of a convicted Level III sexual offender at a meeting at 6:30 p.m., on Wednesday, March 4, at Givens Community Center.

The meeting will take place in the Kitsap Room at the Givens Community Center, 1026 Sidney Ave., in Port Orchard.

The sexual offender, Toby Eugene Sybil, has notified law enforcement of his intent to relocate his residence from Pierce to Kitsap County. Sybil told the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office that he will be residing at the 8800 block of Conwhit Lane Southwest in South Kitsap.

“The person named in this advisory has been convicted of a criminal offense that requires registration with the sheriff’s office in the county of residence,” Sheriff Gary Simpson said in a Feb. 24 news release. “Further, his previous criminal history places him in a classification level that reflects the potential to re-offend.”

Sybil, a 33-year-old white male, is 5-foot-6 and weighs 180 pounds. He has brown hair and hazel eyes.

In 2005 while in Clallam County, Sybil was convicted of second-degree rape of a 13-year-old girl. He was next convicted of communication with a minor for immoral purposes when he continued to communicate with the same underage victim via sexually explicit correspondence from prison, and in violation of a no-contact order.

Two years earlier, Sybil had been convicted in Clallam County of fourth-degree assault after continually harassing a 16-year-old girl with inappropriate sexual contact. He also was convicted of possessing a firearm on school property in 2004 and fourth-degree assault. While in prison, Sybil completed sex offender treatment and was found guilty of serious infractions of prison regulations, including theft, drug/alcohol use, possession of sexually explicit material and mail/phone violations.

In 2017, he was convicted of two counts of no-contact order violations, along with fourth-degree assault, fourth-degree domestic violence convictions.

According to the sheriff’s office, Sybil has served the sentences imposed on him by the courts and is not wanted by law enforcement at this time.

As of Feb. 24, the sheriff’s office said there are 22,372 sex offenders who have registered as required and are living in Washington state. Of that number, 807 are registered with Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office.

“Abuse of information provided through the sex offender notification process to intimidate, harass or threaten registered offenders will result in an investigation and the filing of criminal charges against the perpetrators,” the sheriff’s office stated in a news release.

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