If he is no longer on the registry and doesn't have to register, then he is NOT a registered sex offender! You cannot force someone who is off paperwork and the registry to move because he is "breaking" a law he doesn't have to live by!
By Charlotte Eriksen
La Grange police last week notified a
_____, 50, pleaded guilty in 1989 to having sex with a 13-year-old girl in DuPage County and was required to register as a sex offender for 10 years, according to Doings La Grange.
While he is no longer a registered offender, _____ is in violation of state law as a resident in a home located across the street from Ogden Avenue School and St. Francis Xavier School because of amendments to the statute, according to the Doings.
- If he doesn't have to register anymore, then how is he in violation of a law?
_____ told police he would make reasonable attempts to find a new residence, police said.
- Why? I would tell them to stick it where the sun doesn't shine!