YORK – Anthony Red, 24, of Henderson, has been charged with violating the state’s sex offender registration act, which is a Class 3A felony that carries a possible maximum sentence of three years in prison with 18 months of post-release supervision.
Red is required to be on the Nebraska Sex Offender Registry for 15 years. He was convicted for third degree sexual assault in York County in June, 2017.
A deputy with the York County Sheriff’s Department was on regular patrol when he went to Recharge Lake at York to do a security check. According to court documents, he saw a Jeep parked near the boat dock and a records check showed the vehicle was owned by Red. The deputy also knew Red is a registered sex offender.
It was discovered that Red did not report his required vehicle information for the registry, as required – for the Jeep nor for a pickup he also owns.
Because this is required as part of the state law for sex offenders, he was charged with another felony for being non-compliant.
The case has been bound over to District Court, as Red waived his preliminary hearing in County Court. Arraignment proceedings before Judge James Stecker are pending.