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Little Rock police, marshals make checks on sex offenders

Posted By on Sat, Jun 7, 2014 at 4:57 PM

The Little Rock police and U.S. marshals today verified residences of registered Level 3 and 4 sex offenders (the highest  level) living in Little Rock. It produced this report from LRPD's Sidney Allen:

Although no arrests were made, this was a very productive outing,  ...

There were 128 residences verified and listed are the results of the operation:


There were 38 offenders that were not physically verified at their listed residences and will require follow up investigation to determine if the addresses are valid. This does not mean they are not in compliance, it only means that the detectives didn't physically observe the registered offender at the property.

There were 90 offenders that were physically verified at their listed residences and require no current follow up investigation.

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