Multiple Subjects Wanted for Non-Compliance with Sex Offender Registry
Kentucky State Police Press Release
KSP Searching for Multiple Subjects Non-Compliant with Sex Offender Registry
Hickory, KY. (November 19, 2020) – Kentucky State Police, Post 1 is requesting the public’s assistance in locating three subjects who are non-complaint with the Kentucky Sex Offender Registry.
Mikel Allen Hutchison, 33 of Smithland has not resided at his registered address for more than a year and he has failed to verify his address. It is believed he is in the Paducah area. Hutchison has an active warrant for Failure to Comply with the Kentucky Sex Offender Registry (Class D Felony).
Allen Shane Williams, 35 of Mayfield is no longer residing at his registered address and has failed to verify his current address. Williams’ whereabouts at this time are unknown, but he could be in the Ballard County area. He has an active warrant for Failure to Comply with the Kentucky Sex Offender Registry (Class D Felony).
Anthony Lee Shelby, 62 of Paducah has not resided at his registered address for more than a year and has failed to verify his current address. Shelby’s whereabouts are unknown at this time. He has an active warrant for Failure to Comply with the Kentucky Sex Offender Registry (Class D Felony).
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Fugitivos en 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448)
o texto en 408-355-0999
o enviar un correo electrónico a [email protected],
si usted sabe su paradero.
Si usted ve esta persona en este momento, llame al 9-1-1
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