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Multiple Sex Offenders Arrested In Tuscaloosa

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TUSCALOOA COUNTY - AL -

Tuscaloosa Police Department's Juvenile Division along with the U.S. Marshals Crime Suppression Unit and Code Enforcement Division conducted a city-wide check on sex offenders, arresting 17 suspects in the process.

A total of 22 offenders were found in violation out of 114 sex offenders checked.  Of the 22 in violation, 17 were taken into custody in Tuscaloosa County, one is currently in custody in another county while active warrants remain for four others.

The following is the list of suspects that have been arrested up to this point:

Monica Renee Dixon, 38, was charged with Parent Failure to Register Juvenile.
Kendrick Lamar Robinson, 22, was charged with Failure to Register: Youthful Offender.
Ruondrike Lamorie Peoples, 35, was charged with Failure to Register.
Tyshaun Raphael Johnson, 19, was charged with Failure to Register: Youthful Offender.
Fred Taylor Jr., 58, was charged with Failure to Register.
Cornelius Rashaad Robinson, 23, was charged with Failure to Register: Youthful Offender.
Derek Delontae Robinson, 28, was charged with Failure to Register: Youthful Offender.
Michael Tavoris Barron, 33, was charged with Failure to Give Required Information & Establish Employment 2000 FT. of School.
Derrick Dewayne Johnson, 45, was charged with Prohibited Residences.
Michael Bernard Jordan, 38, was charged with Failure to Register.
Chad Anthony Hicks, 25, was charged with Failure to Register: Youthful Offender.
Ronndy Dewayne Charles, 36, was charged with Failure to Give Required Information.
John Wesley Hammock, 35, was charged with Failure to Give Required Information.
Deantwan Lamont Robinson, 24, was charged with Failure to Register.
Jimmy James Johnson, 33, was charged with Failure to Register & Establishing Residence 2000 FT. School.
Wesley Earl Marshall, 55, was charged with Failure to Register.
Terry Sanders, 48, was charged with Failure to Register & Establishing Residence 2000 Ft. School.

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