The U.S. Marshal Service arrested in Dauphin County on Thursday a convicted sex offender with ties to York County for allegedly failing to comply with registration requirements.
When Angelo Jerome Caceres, 28, was released from York County Prison in January, he failed to register his address, as required by Pa.'s Megan's Law, according to a news release from the marshals service.
Springettsbury Township Police began an investigation to locate Caceres and, in August, turned to the marshals for assistance.
Members of the marshals' task force arrested Caceres without incident on the 100 block of Laurel Lane in Williamstown about 12:15 p.m. Thursday.
He was taken to the county's central booking unit to be arraigned.
Caceres was convicted of second degree unlawful sexual contact in Delaware in 1999 and, as part of his sentence, is required to register as a sex offender.
Officers from the York City Police Department and the state Board of Probation and Parole aided marshals in the investigation.
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