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Friday, January 23, 2009

Dillion Jordan Cromartie, AMBER Alert, Jan. 23, 2009 NC.

Amber Alert issued for missing 2-year-old

Posted: Today at 9:55 p.m.
Updated: 14 minutes ago

Fayetteville, N.C. — A North Carolina Amber Alert was issued late Friday for Dillon Jordan Cromartie, 2, of Fayetteville.

Dillon is described as Hispanic with light skin, 2 feet tall and about 40 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a long sleeve blue and white shirt, brown pants, white shoes and a brown jacket.

The child’s uncle, Lee David Currie, is considered a suspect in the abduction, authorities said.

Currie, 60, is described as black, 5-foot-10 and 220 pounds. He has black and gray hair, brown eyes and a scar on his left cheek. He has last seen wearing a yellow shirt and blue jeans.

Authorities said the abduction occurred at 8243 Umstead Drive in Fayetteville on Thursday.

Currie is reportedly driving a white 1993 BMW 740i with North Carolina tag number PZW8080.

The child's family reported the abduction late Friday afternoon, according to a release from Fayetteville Police Department spokeswoman Theresa Chance.

Family members told police Currie has a history of abusing illegal narcotics and was last seen driving late Friday afternoon around Eastern Boulevard.

If you have any information regarding this abduction, call the Fayetteville PD immediately at (910) 433-1830, Detective Edmonds 910-433-1830 or call 911 or *HP.

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WANTED: Nelson Antonio Reyes, Fled in 2004, Maryland

Unregistered sex offender who has gone on the run considered a threat by local authorities
By Scott McCabe
Examiner Staff Writer

A man who molested a young girl at a Montgomery County playground has gone on the run, and the U.S. Marshals would like the public’s help in finding him.

In 2001, Nelson Antonio Reyes met an 11-year-old girl and fondled her at a park near his apartment complex in Langley Park, marshals said.

Reyes, now 30, was convicted, sent to prison, released and ordered to register as a child sex offender. But he fled in 2004 and has not been seen since, authorities said.

“He is a child sexual offender and he is a regional threat,” said Matthew Burke, supervisory inspector with the Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force.

Reyes is listed as 5-foot-8 and 160 pounds. He has lived in 9300 block of Piney Branch Road in Langley Park and in the 3400 block of Dodge Park Road in Landover.

Reyes, who is from El Salvador, sometimes uses the last name Barriantos-Reyes. Authorities don’t have any information indicating that he has fled the U.S., but many offenders cross state and international borders to try to fall through the cracks in communication between state registries, Burke said.

Those sex offenders who do cross state lines face severe penalties under the Adam Walsh Act, the federal law named after the murdered 6-year-old son of “America’s Most Wanted” host John Walsh, Burke said.

Anyone with information on Reyes’ whereabouts can call the U.S. Marshals Service at 301-489-1717 or 800-336-0102.

Law enforcement authorities are offering a reward for information leading to an arrest. The Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force, run by the U.S. Marshals Service, is composed of 28 federal, state and local agencies from Baltimore to Norfolk.

The unit has captured more than 19,000 wanted fugitives since its creation in 2004.

Yeah let's wait 5 years and ask the public to do our job..sheesh. Let's catch this pig and protect our Legacy, children.
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Attention Fond du Lac, WI. Teen Sex Offender, Jacob Schwendimann, Just Moved In. High Risk to Re-offend!

Police say teen sex offender at risk of re-offending
The Reporter Staff • January 22, 2009

Fond du Lac police were going door to door Wednesday alerting residents in a South Hickory Street neighborhood about a sex offender in their midst.

Jacob Schwendimann, 18, is living at 31½ S. Hickory St., according to a sex offender notification release from the Fond du Lac Police Department.

Capt. Kevin Lemke said the department decided on public notification because it believes Schwendimann is at risk of re-offending. Schwendimann was convicted of three counts of second-degree sexual assault of a child and one count of exposing himself to a child, all in Washington County.

The incidents began when Schwendimann was 13 years old and he was charged as a juvenile in each case. He served time in a juvenile facility.

Lemke said three of the charges — the second-degree sexual assault charges — took place while Schwendimann was in custody on the other charge.

"That's why we think he may re-offend," Lemke said.

Because Schwendimann was charged as a juvenile, his mandatory release date was his 18th birthday, which occurred on Oct. 22, 2008, Lemke said.

The teen is being released without supervision, meaning he does not fall under probation rules and he is able to live wherever he wants, Lemke said.

Schwendimann must comply with mandatory reporting and register and comply with the state sex offender registry through 2023.

"We have no control over him," Lemke said.

The state Department of Corrections confirmed that Schwendimann may live in Fond du Lac.

In addition to door-to-door visits Wednesday in the immediate area of Schwendimann's new residence, police distributed pamphlets and used an automated phone system message to alert residents in a wider area.

Schools and media also received notification.

Wisconsin law allows local law enforcement to inform the public of a juvenile or adult sex offender's release when, at the discretion of the agency, the release of the information "will enhance public safety and protection," according to the Police Department release on Schwendimann.

Lemke emphasized Schwendimann is not wanted by police.

The notification is not meant to increase fear, but to inform and protect the public.

Residents who threaten, intimidate or harass registered sex offenders will not be tolerated, said Chief Tony Barthuly.

Such abuse could potentially end law enforcement's ability to do community notification.

"We believe the only person who wins if community notification ends is the sex offender, since sex offenders derive their power through secrecy," Barthuly said.

Lock up your children, make them aware of this guy. He is allowed to live ANYWHERE and no restrictions!

High risk to re-offend means just that. I also recommend clicking on the FDLReporter link and reading the comments there.
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