Police Looking for Man in Violation o...

Police Looking for Man in Violation of Sex Offender Registry

There are 12 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Jan 12, 2013, titled Police Looking for Man in Violation of Sex Offender Registry. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

Mr. Alexander is wanted on an outstanding warrant, violation of Sex Offender Registry a violent felony.

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localrich

Bassett, VA

#1 Jan 14, 2013
I bet Fred knows where Lamont is!
citizen

Charlottesville, VA

#2 Jan 14, 2013
Charlottesville's 11 zip codes, 22901 through 22911, now boast 211 sex offenders on the Sex Offender Registry of the Virginia State Police website. This doesn't include those that have traveled here from around the country to take advantage of the many free services that the area has become well known for and are bashful about registering with the police.

Before you write a check or throw a twenty dollar at that sad looking fellow holding the cardboard sign you might want to stop and think.
Helen Hevener

Staunton, VA

#4 Jan 14, 2013
Well they could have kept him when they took the picture- but then it wouldnt given the Police Department anything to do halfway down the line. I have seen the police department do it time and time again- release a person from custody for a violent crime- then have everybody and his brother hunting for that person. It would be too easy just to hold them in the first place- and wouldnt cost enough tax dollars LOL
duuuu

South Saint Paul, MN

#5 Jan 14, 2013
check the haven, then 4th street. Ill be by later to pick up my reward.
Dude

Purcellville, VA

#6 Jan 14, 2013
Helen Hevener wrote:
Well they could have kept him when they took the picture- but then it wouldnt given the Police Department anything to do halfway down the line. I have seen the police department do it time and time again- release a person from custody for a violent crime- then have everybody and his brother hunting for that person. It would be too easy just to hold them in the first place- and wouldnt cost enough tax dollars LOL
Sorry Helen, but the police have nothing to do with determining if or when someone is released from custody. That along with what the bond amount is set by the judicial system by a magistrate or judge.
citizen

Charlottesville, VA

#7 Jan 14, 2013
Rick James wrote:
Why didn't you grab him while his picture was being taken.........
He was eyeing one of the clueless liberals so I decided to let him do his thing.

I know when not to intervene.
just saying

Charlottesville, VA

#8 Jan 14, 2013
These pictures are taking when the violators are first convicted, after they serve there time they are then released back into public (I wish they were gone for good as well)they have to register every so many months so police can no there where about- if they didn't register its a violation simple as that.
YdueEye

Lexington, VA

#9 Jan 14, 2013
The community will be lucky if the photo is recent and/or even accurate. Years ago I stopped by the residence of an acquaintance of mine and one of his house-mates was on the sex offenders registry list, with a photo that did not look anything like the man- The photo was so different I would never have been able to match the two together without carefully studying the facial features of the photo and the individual.
truthbetold

South Boston, VA

#10 Jan 14, 2013
citizen wrote:
<quoted text>
He was eyeing one of the clueless liberals so I decided to let him do his thing.
I know when not to intervene.
Wise decision,let the liberal reason with him hahahaha
Triple Tint Jademobile

Charlottesville, VA

#11 Jan 14, 2013
Rick James wrote:
Why didn't you grab him while his picture was being taken.........
So why not take one home with you and show your friends how enlightened you really are?

Go to the laundromats where they sleep in the early morning hours and take your pick.

Your love and mentoring might turn a victim of society around.
alabamamom

Dothan, AL

#12 Jan 14, 2013
Glad to see he has turned himself in
http://www.nbc29.com/story/20582308/update-ma...
Disillusioned

Charlottesville, VA

#13 Jan 15, 2013
just saying wrote:
These pictures are taking when the violators are first convicted, after they serve there time they are then released back into public (I wish they were gone for good as well)they have to register every so many months so police can no there where about- if they didn't register its a violation simple as that.
The comment by "Rick James" was a joke, folks!

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