PITTSBURGH - Arrest warrants have been issued for several registered sex offenders who have failed to re-register under the new three-tiered registry system.
Channel 11’s Renee Kaminski reported that there are about 40 registered sex offenders who live in and around Pittsburgh who are out of compliance with Megan’s Law.
In November 2012, the offenders were given from December until March to re-register their address as part of the three-tiered program. Out of the 40 who haven’t re-registered, arrest warrants have been issued for eight of them.
Some of the people police have issued arrests warrants for are James Hawkins, Enrique Ruiz, Ronald Young, Nathaniel Jackson and Derron Green.
Kaminski spoke with Green and asked if neighbors should be concerned that he is living in their neighborhood. He said he is a human being who makes mistakes.
Green told Kaminski that he was going to find police before they find him.
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