WARNING: This story contains details some readers may find disturbing.

Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins is warning the community about the potential release of three child sex offenders.

A letter from the Prosecutor’s Office said Willis Reitz, William Fisher and David Lockney could all be released within the next few months.

Fisher, Lockney and Reitz are all scheduled for parole hearings between October and December 2023.

David Lockney was convicted on four counts of rape for repeatedly raping a seven-year-old girl in 1986 and 1987.

A case file from the prosecutor’s office said Lockney caused the child to become seriously ill from sexually transmitted diseases that he spread to her.

When the victim’s aunt said she should be taken to a hospital for treatment, Lockney told her to mind her own “f—ing” business and declined.

The child was eventually taken to the hospital by someone else and spent 16 days there recovering.

Lockney has served 36 years in prison after being sentenced to four 10-years-to-life sentences.

He was denied parole in 2002 and 2011.

His parole hearing is scheduled for November 1, 2023.

A parole hearing is set for October 1, 2023, for convicted child predator William Fisher.

According to the prosecutor’s office, Fisher raped multiple children over the course of the 1970s, 80s and 90s, including members of his family.

Over the course of his crimes, Fisher fled Warren after his indictment in 1987, but came back in 1994 under a different name, raping even more children between the ages of six and 12.

He’s been locked up for nearly 30 years on 12 felony convictions.

“If there were a sex offender hall of shame, Fisher would be there,” Watkins said.

Willis Reitz, who Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins described as a “serial rapist,” has a parole hearing scheduled for December 1, 2023.

Reitz was convicted in 1977 when he raped a woman in North Carolina.

His crimes expanded to Mississippi and Ohio, serving 15 years for a 1987 rape before being released early. He was convicted one final time in Trumbull County in 1994 and is currently serving a 15-years-to-life sentence.

Reitz had numerous victims over the years including his own daughter.

Watkins described him as a “disturbing and scary creature” as well as “one of the worst of the worst pedophiles.”