Sex offender hiding in Hudson Valley found with 2 children, police


A Hudson Valley sex offender who allegedly did not register as a sex offender was arrested by police along with minors.

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Members of the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday reported the arrest of a 31-year-old man from Ellenville on the misdemeanor of not registering a change of address by a sex offender and the misdemeanor endangering the well-being of a child.

On Monday, around 2 p.m., the deputies took the man into police custody under an active arrest warrant.

Further investigation revealed that the man was in the company of two minors and that he had not notified his change of address as required by New York State law.

The unnamed man has been returned to Ulster County Jail and is scheduled to appear in Wawarsing Town Court at a later date.

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