XENIA, Ohio — The Latest on former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner, whose six-month sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman sparked a national outcry (all times local):

5:30 p.m.

Records show police took a complaint about pictures being taken of the Ohio home of a former Stanford University swimmer whose six-month jail sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman sparked national outcry.

The Associated Press obtained copies of incident reports associated with Brock Turner’s address through a public records request.

Turner registered as a sex offender Tuesday in Ohio, where he’s living with his parents in Sugarcreek Township.

One complaint to police describes cars passing in front of the home and pictures being taken. Another report indicates an officer checking on the home found several broken eggs and an egg carton on the sidewalk and driveway.

Turner was convicted of assaulting the woman near a trash bin after they drank heavily at a fraternity party in January 2015. He plans to appeal.


12:55 p.m.

A former Stanford University swimmer whose six-month sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman sparked a national outcry has registered as a sex offender in Ohio, where he’s living with his parents.

Brock Turner registered at the Greene County sheriff’s office on Tuesday, four days after leaving a California jail after serving half his term. California jail inmates with good behavior typically serve half their sentences.

Turner registered under his family’s address in Sugarcreek Township, where about a dozen people had protested Friday as police watched.

The 21-year-old must register as a sex offender for life. He faces three years of supervised probation.

He was convicted of assaulting the young woman near a trash bin after they drank heavily at a fraternity party in January 2015. Turner plans to appeal.