HANFORD — Several law enforcement agencies conducted a sexual offender compliance check Thursday in Hanford and found five sexual offenders who were in violation of their sexual offender status.
Officials said officers of the Hanford Police Department, Kings County Probation Department and California State Parole conducted the sexual offender compliance check on sixteen offender residences.
Of the sixteen residences, police said five sexual offenders were found to be in violation of their sexual offender status.
One offender, 25-year-old Bobby Reedom, was arrested in the 2000 block of Carter Way on suspicion of failing to annually register as a sexual offender and a probation violation, officers said.
Police said four other subjects were found to not be living at the residences they provided on their sexual registration paperwork.
Officials said charges will be submitted to the Kings County District Attorney’s Office on these four individuals for failing to follow the terms of their sexual offender status and officers will continue to attempt to locate these individuals.
The police department said they would like to remind citizens about the California Megan’s Law website, www.meganslaw.ca.gov, which currently provides the public with information on registered sexual offenders.
Officers said the information is provided on the Megan’s Law website so members of the local community can protect themselves and their children.