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Saturday, December 22, 2018

6 arrested in sex offender operation in St. Lucie County


Several sex offenders were arrested after St. Lucie County sheriff’s officials said they didn’t notify authorities they had social media accounts, the agency stated Friday.

Sex offenders every six months must go to the jail, register and reconfirm their address, have their photos taken and make other disclosures, such as whether they have a social media account, a sheriff’s official said. Sexual predators must do so every three months, the official said.

“Detectives and analysts with the agency's sex offender unit analyzed more than 400 registered sex offenders in St. Lucie County and found these seven to have social media accounts that were not disclosed to authorities, a requirement by law,” the Sheriff’s Office stated.

Arrested in the initiative, dubbed “Operation Social Justice,” were Darren A. Muldrow, 48; Christopher D. Williams, 48; Kenneth W. Keenan, 63; Alonzo F. Edmond, 32; Dennis L. McMillian, Jr., 37; and 23-year-old Trevor A. Harvey.

Investigators said Dennis L. Lovell, 65, was in violation, but he died before being arrested.

Originally Published 7:23 a.m. PST Dec. 21, 2018.

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