14 N.J. SEX OFFENDERS CHARGED WITH FAILING TO REGISTER NEW ADDRESSES

July 31st 2019
Joe Brandt
NJ.com

Fourteen convicted sex offenders were arrested over the last week for failing to register when they moved to new addresses, as required under Megan’s Law, authorities said Wednesday.
The “Operation Roll Call” sweep by state and local authorities focused on Union County.
The 14 sex offenders arrested have previously been convicted of 56 crimes, including sexual assault, kidnapping, criminal sexual contact, endangering the welfare of a child, promoting prostitution, assaulting a police officer, and a variety of drug and weapons offenses, acting Union County Prosecutor Lyndsay Ruotolo said in