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October 31, 2013

Law enforcement releases list of registered sex offenders

City and county officials released the names and addresses of all registered sex offenders ahead of tonight’s Halloween events. If you know of any information that has changed regarding any rural Palo Pinto County sex offender, or if you have any questions regarding a particular sex offender, contact Lt. Doyle at (940) 659-1289.

Registered sex offenders in Mineral Wells:

• Bruce Bernard Anders, 909 S.E. 1st Ave.; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Richard Neal Barash – 2707 N. Murco Dr.; sexual assault of a child.

• Gary Edward Brock – 815 S.W. 23rd St.; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Drury Ethan Brummett – 2107 S.E. 10th St.; sexual assault of a child.

• Charles E. Castle – 2303 S.W. 2nd Ave.; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Leroy Wayne Clayton – 2001 S.W. 5th Ave.; sexual assault of a child.

• James Aaron Cunningham – 721 S.W. 4th Ave.; indecency with child by sexual contact.

• Alfred Eugene Derington – 2701 U.S. Hwy. 281 N.; indecency with child by sexual contact.

• Thomas Elliott Dykeman – 1103 S.W. 12th St.; sexual assault of a child.

• Danny Lee Ford – 1116 S.E. 4th Ave.; indecency with child by sexual contact.

• Edward Lee Frazier – 3000 Airport Rd. #3; indecency with child by sexual contact.

• James Don Garland – 3000 Airport Rd. #31; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Roger Lee Glover – 2201 S.W. 2nd Ave.; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Ricky Lee Gonzales – 104 S.E. 6th St.; sexual misconduct.

• Lawrence Charles Graves - 605 S.E. 3rd Ave.; sexual assault.

• Justin Paul Greene – 1002 S.W. 6th Ave.; indecency with child by sexual contact.

• Clarence Earl Hall – 1001 S.E. 2nd Ave.; sexual assault.

• Rodney Gerard Hockenhull – 713 S.W. 17th St.; aggravated sexual assault.

• Isidro Tyrone Hulin – 810 S.E. 2nd Ave.; sexual assault of a child.

• Jonathan Toy Ivie – 1406 S.E. 12th St.; sexual assault.

• Samuel Lee Lamphier – 3000 Airport Rd., Apt. 45; attempt to commit any involvement/sexual exploitation of a child.

• Ronald Walker Lott – 206 S.W. 18th St.; aggravated sexual assault.

• Troy Authur McCord – 2108 S.W. 2nd Ave.; indecency with child by sexual contact.

• William Elliot McCoy – 807 S.E. 8th St.; aggravated sexual assault.

• Jerry Lee McClaren – 500 Pasadena Blvd.; lewd lascivious act with a child.

• Lee Roy Meyers – 1506 S.W. 11th Ave.; lewd lascivious act with a child.

• Jayson Lee Miller – 1015 N.W. 5th Ave.; criminal sexual conduct – fourth degree felony.

• Chance Ray Moore – 2211 N.W. 2nd Ave.; sexual assault of a child.

• Joe Alan Morse – 301 S.W. 21st St.; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Mehul N. Mudi – 601 Mesquite St.; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Tomas V. Navarrette – 911 S.W. 4th Ave.; sexual assault of a child.

• John William Ogle Jr. – 3207 U.S. Hwy. 180 W.; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Joshua Peña – 1003 S.E. 13th St.; sexual assault, contact third–degree felony.

• Warren Cecil Pullum – 303 S.W. 17th St.; child molesting.

• Sonia Ramirez – 416 S.E. 3rd St.; sexual assault of a child.

• George Nicholas Rios – 1713 S.W. 5th Ave.; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Randall S. Robb – 422 Lee Rd.; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Dylan Levi Rose – 702 Michael Lane; sexual assault of a child.

• Gilbert Sanchez – 1400 S.E. 17th St.; sexual assault of a child.

• Lucy Perez Scott – 315 N.E. 24th Ave.; indecency with a child/sexual contact.

• Ernest Butch Sexton – 915 S.W. 25th St.; sexual assault.

• Joann Williams Sexton – 915 S.W. 25th St.; lewd and indecent proposal of a child.

• Christopher Shipman – 1105 S.W. 25th St.; sexual assault.

• David Randall Smith – 301 N.W. 3rd St., Apt. 5; indecency with a child–sexual contact.

• Chris Spurgeon – 809 S.W. 25th St.; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Alfred Herman Stevens – 3405 N.E. 10th St.; aggravated sexual assault of a child.

• Bart L. Tackett – 1003 S.E. 13th St.; indecency with a child/sexual contact.

• William Christopher Smith – 300 S.W. 17th St.; second-degree rape.

• Cora Lee Toner – 707 N.W. 4th Ave. #6; indecency with a child/sexual contact.

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