Police in Utica are asking for the public's assistance in locating a Utica man who failed to report a change of residence, despite being listed on the NYS Sex Offender Registry, police say.
41-year-old Christopher Bailey is wanted by the Utica Police Department for an offense of the Sex Offender Registry Act – Failure to Notify the Division of Criminal Justice Services of Change of Address (NYS Corrections Law 168t & 168f, a class E felony). When having been convicted of a designated offense, and when designated as a Level 3 Sex Offender, offenders must personally verify their address with local law enforcement every ninety (90) days. Police say he failed to do so.
Bailey was convicted in 2017 of Criminal Sexual Act in the third degree (PL 130.40 sub 2, a class E felony) in regards to an investigation conducted by the Rome Police Department. Police say, Bailey had sexual contact with a 16-year-old in September of 2016.
MOHAWK VALLEY CRIME STOPPERS WANTED PERSON OF THE WEEK
Name: Christopher Bailey
DOB: May 18, 1981
Weight: 260 lbs.
Police are asking for calls and tips to be made to the Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers tip line, anonymously at 1-866-730-8477.
Police added as a reminder that "everyone is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law."
Authorities say, sharing this story with friends and family and on social media increases the chance of keeping our neighborhoods safe. Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers is 100% anonymous and cash rewards are given to people who deliver credible and accurate information which results in the arrest of wanted persons.
Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers is a community based program that is 100% completely anonymous, allowing people to deliver tips privately without fear of retribution. Crime Stoppers also offers cash rewards to people who provide information that lets to a suspect's arrest.
Crime Stoppers asks that tips are not submitted through Facebook Messenger. All tips must go through the tip lines.
[AUTHOR'S NOTE: This post is for informational purposes and is based largely on information received from the New York State Police. Regardless of any statements or photographs regarding potential evidence presented or accusations alleged, the reader is reminded that all suspects and arrested persons are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. At the time of this posting no additional information is available.]
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