There are no homes at N. Federal Highway in Fort Lauderdale. This hot spot for sexual criminals is one of several along Federal Highway in northeast Fort Lauderdale, one of the few slivers in the city where a registered sex offender or sexual predator — rapists, molesters, child porn addicts — can legally reside.
After passing a series of restrictive housing laws, Miami-Dade County faces an odd predicament: bands of nomadic sex offenders and a cat-and-mouse game to move them. By Beth Schwartzapfel and Emily Kassie. Feature Filed a.
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They are living without access to restrooms, showers or a way to dispose of their garbage. Registered sex offenders said government regulations limiting how close they can live to schools and parks have left them with few options. Related Content Authorities crack down on homeless sex offenders in Fort Lauderdale Are sex offenders living where you shop? They use the area as their official address.
Jump to a detailed profile, search site with google or try advanced search. According to our research of Alabama and other state lists, there were 66 registered sex offenders living in Florence as of August 04, The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Florence is to 1.
Mississippi Sex Offenders Law states that sex offenders in the state must register their information. Registration occurs upon reentry into the society for convicted offenders. Sex offenders on probation or parole must register immediately after their court sentence.
The Colbert County Sheriff's Office is trying to locate two men for not registering as sex offenders. Alton Dewayne Witt, 54, and Robert Dariel Hudson, 35, are both convicted sex offenders who are required by state law to register every 90 days. They are also required to notify local authorities of any changes in residency or employment.
Registered sex offenders across Florida might have a hard time finding safe shelter as Hurricane Irma begins pummeling the state Sunday. Many shelters across Florida were at capacity over the weekend, and few had let in sex offenders. Some were told to report to their nearest prison or jail, while others were shunned, according to local reports. Florida's efforts to police its sex offender community have long made national headlines, in part because the state has so many that it can make it difficult for them to find legal housing.