Sex Offender Charged With Failing To Register

A man in Beaufort County is charged with failure to register as a sex offender.

Deputies say Tony Little failed to return his bi-annual address verification letter.

Sex offenders are required by state law to return that letter within three business days.

Little was already in custody on unrelated charges-- the magistrate gave him an additional $3,000 bond.

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  • by betty Location: cortland on Mar 5, 2010 at 05:41 AM
    There is a reason these type of people don't register. And that is because they are up to no good or he would of registered. For not registering I say throw him back in jail, next time he may think before trying this again.
  • by Tod Location: 7 springs on Mar 5, 2010 at 04:16 AM
    please go to, or and find your legislators emails and let them know we demand tougher laws and tougher sentences on child molesters. Our representatives dont care about us but they care about votes and money so tell them to toughen up against crime or we will vote for someone who will. Also look up offenders that live near you and make sure everyone in your neighborhood knows where they live what they look like what they drive etc so if a child goes amiss in your area you can help cops move quickly These pervs NEVER rehabilitate all they want to do in life is get a kid and harm them, but we can stop them. Keep an eye on them and if they even look funny call the cops let the cops ride out and make a contact, you never know what the cops may find to send them back to jail . Make sure the offenders know you are on to them . Dont officially harrass them but it's okay to post their pics at local stores bathrooms and share with your neighbors
  • by read this Location: nc on Mar 4, 2010 at 10:22 PM
    resd this
  • by Cactus Location: Strabane on Mar 4, 2010 at 06:49 PM
    Clifton, why should the "officers" have to physically locate the offender, I think sending to his local address should be enough. It's kind of hard to check mail when in jail, but then why are you in jail? No excuses.
  • by Clifton Location: Washington on Mar 4, 2010 at 05:34 PM
    Not trying to take up for him but did the officers send his paperwork he needed to fill out to him as he sat in jail. It's kind of hard to get out of jail to go home and check your mail.

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