A registered sex offender was arrested on suspicion of violating registration requirements Wednesday night after a traffic stop near unincorporated Monterey, Monterey County Sheriff’s officials said.
James Lamb, a 52-year-old janitor who lives in unincorporated Salinas, was stopped by sheriff’s officials around 8:10 p.m. He was a passenger in the car, which was stopped at Reservation Road near state Highway 68.
Lamb was booked into Monterey County Jail without incident, the sheriff’s office said. Monterey County Sheriff’s Office Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement team officials said he failed to comply with registration requirements for sexually violent predators.
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