Protestors gather outside Turner home in Ohio

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Protestors of Brock Tuner's release from jail gathered in front of his family's home in Bellbrook, Ohio on Friday.

They gathered outside of the turner residence on Friday afternoon. Protestors made signs and wrote on sidewalks. It's not the house Turner grew up in. His parents recently moved from one Dayton, Ohio suburb to another and now live in Sugarcreek Township.

According to a report, Turner was expected to return to Ohio on Friday night. Protests against Judge Aaron Persky also took place Friday. 

Turner is now listed on the National Sex Offender Registry. 

Turner walked out of a Santa Clara County jail early Friday morning, just about three months after he started serving time for the sexual assault of an unconscious woman he met at a fraternity party.

Turner, who was released at 6:07 a.m., was dressed in street clothes and walked out by himself without an attorney, family, or friends and whisked away in a waiting SUV.

The District Attorney released a statement saying, "If we had our way, Brock Turner would be in state prison serving a six year sentence, not going home. However, our focus today is on a bill that will require a state prison sentence, not probation, for anyone convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious person. With the Governor’s signature, the next Brock Turner will go to prison."

There were some protesters as Turner left jail. One woman yelled "loser" at Turner as he got into the SUV. One woman told KTVU, "I wanted to hurt him. I'm not a violent person but - anger, disgust."