Sex offender charged for address change

Published 8:50pm Monday, February 11, 2013

A Washington man convicted of a sex offense last year was arrested again for failing to notify local law enforcement that he had moved, according to a press release from the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office.
Shareef Tamir Griffin was convicted of indecent liberties with a minor on Feb. 14 of last year and the sheriff’s office was notified that Griffin had changed address on July 7, but it was when North Carolina Probation and Parole detained Griffin for felony probation violation and larceny, that deputies served him the outstanding warrants, said the release.
Griffin was held at the Beaufort County Detention Center under at $10,300 secured bond.

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