Convicted sex offender moves to Bradenton Beach

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has reported that a convicted sex offender has moved to the 2500 block of Avenue C in Bradenton Beach.

The convicted sex offender listed the Bradenton Beach address as permanent, according to the FDLE website.

According to the FDLE, the 30-year-old man was convicted in Manatee County in February 2004 of lewd and lascivious battery on a victim age 12-15.

The man has served his sentence, but is required to register any new address.

A convicted sex offender also is residing in Holmes Beach, while none are reported by the FDLE to be in Anna Maria. One convicted sex offender is living in Cortez.

Under Florida law, convicted sex offenders, regardless of where their conviction occurred, must register a residency address with the FDLE upon moving to the state, when paroled from prison, or when moving to a new address. Even after being released from parole, the offender is still required to give the FDLE any new address.

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