A York City man who is a convicted sex offender was arrested by U.S. Marshals Tuesday for allegedly failing to comply with Megan's Law requirements.
Jason Robert Dunn, 29, was convicted of rape of a child in North Carolina in 2008 and ordered to register as a sex offender once he was released from prison, according to a news release from the marshals service.
The victim was 5 at the time of rape, according to the North Carolina Department of Justice.
On Sept. 26, district judge Linda Williams issued an arrest warrant for Dunn when he failed to comply with Megan's Law requirements, the release says.
Marshals arrested him in the 300 block of South Sherman Street Tuesday. He was taken to central booking for processing.
On top of the two charges stemming from the Megan's Law violations, Dunn is also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, according to court documents.
He remains in York County Prison on $6,000 bail, documents state.