A Wexford man arrested by U.S. Marshals in Arizona for failing to show up to federal prison to serve time has been indicted on new charges.
Daniel Teed, 56, was indicted Tuesday on failure to register as a sex offender and failure to surrender for service of sentence.
Teed was taken into custody by agents after he left a motel in Flagstaff.
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Teed was convicted on charges of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of children. He was to report to federal prison on Jan. 5 to serve a 10-year sentence.
Police said Teed participated in an "underage sex party'" that was arranged by former Ambridge youth basketball coach Ralph Ruprecht.
Ruprecht pleaded guilty and is serving eight to 16 years in jail.
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