3 Sex Predators will face tougher scrutiny and longer sentences under legislation approved by a State Senate Committee today in Tallahassee. It's something lawmakers say could have kept Cherish Perrywinkle's accused killer... Donald Smith .... under closer watch... possibly preventing the 8 year old's death... As Channel 4's Mike Vasilinda tells us, it could be the first legislation signed into law this year. 3 3 3 00 15-20 37-42"There is a package of four bills moving together as a package, it is widely believed here that if this package had been in place a year ago, accused killer Donald Smith would never have been out of prison."Sot: Sen. Denise Grimsley R-Lake Wales"The bill fixes loopholes where inmates were inadvertly released from custody. And under this bill, these individuals will be detained and evalualated for civil commitment."The legislation is on the fast track after last years death of Cherish Perrywinkle.Her accused killer..Donald Smith slipped through the cracks and avoided screening that could have shown he was still dangerous. Sot: Sen. Eleanor Sobel D- Broward County"So we want to make sure that they are not in society and hurting our precious kids.""Now all four of these bills are likely to be voted on by the full Senate on the first day of the legislative session...making them likely to be the first bills signed into law. Florida's Sex Predator Legislation in Florida is named for 9 year old Jimmy Ryce, who was murdered in 1995. His killer's execution is set for next week.