Six York men arrested, one sought for Megan's Law violations
Six York men were arrested in August during a coordinated operation focusing on Megan's Law fugitives, according to a release from the U.S. Marshal's Service.
The arrests were made as part of Operation Summer Heat.
A 31-year-old man from York is among those the U.S. Marshals are still searching for. Joseph Acevedo, 31, was convicted of indecent assault and must register for the rest of his life, according to the release. In 2014, officers in York found he did not live at his registered address, the release states. He was charged with Megan's Law violations.
Acevedo might have connections to Connecticut and Massachusetts, but his current whereabouts are unknown, according to the release.
The following men from York were arrested:
• James Reddick, 61, was arrested on Aug. 5. Reddick was convicted of rape and is required to register for life.
• Christian Jenkins, 29, was arrested on Aug. 12. He was originally convicted of indecent assault and must register for life.
• Larry Richardson, 35, was arrested on Aug. 12. Convicted of sexual assault, Richardson must register for life.
• Steven Williams, 44, was arrested on Aug. 12. Williams was convicted of sexual assault, and he must register for life.
• Andrew Sirk, 29, was arrested on Aug. 23. Sirk was convicted of indecent assault and must register for 25 years.
• Shaun Farver, 37, was arrested on Aug. 26. Farver was convicted of sexual assault and must register for 15 years.
Anyone with information on Acevedo or other fugitives is asked to contact U.S. Marshals at 1-800-366-0102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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