Right YoYo<br>As mentioned in Steveg case - I seriously don't think a sex offender would be allowed to live right across a school as an example. The map might be a little screwed to protect the offender from the Town Folk with pitched forks and torches scenario.<br><br>Sorta the map gives a general location but never the exact address. <br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
School teacher?<br><br>Nope. The woman that's registered as living in my old hometown is from Delaware, and used to work for Amazon.com (i'm guessing in a warehouse or call center...she definitely doesn't look like management or IT material).<br><br>As for my present location, something's screwy. I KNOW there's more than 1 registered sex offender in the city, but only one is listed, and his arrests are from NY state.<br><br>
The address is listed. He's across the street from the school. And there's an elementary school one block south. The only upside is that the police station and the police academy are on the same streets, respectively, and only a block west.<br><br>But there's anothe loser around the corner and 3 blocks south.<br><br>
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