I don't understand how this question is related to a family law matter. Generally if a person is convicted of sex crimes against a minor, then they will be prohibited in terms of visitation with a minor. Police don't tail someone of they make bail. If they don't appear, then the court will order a bench warrant for their arrest.
You sound very concerned about what will happen if the alleged sex offender is released from jail. If you are one of the minors that provided evidence for the charges, or you are the parent for the minor, you should contact an attorney about getting a TRO. If the defendant attempts to contact you after the TRO is granted, he can be arrested again. Please contact an attorney or seek assistance from the free restraining order clinic at your local courthouse. Stay safe.
Linda M. DeStephano, Esq.
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