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Convicted Sex Offender Missed PD Check In

Jason English missed his quarterly check in, a requirement of his status as a Tier III sex offender.

Jason English, 34, of 38 Chandler St., Nashua, was arrested on a warrant on Dec. 30, charged with duty to report and duty to inform; and change of information, both class B felonies.

On December 26, 2012 detectives from the Youth Services Division identified English, a Tier III registered sex offender, as being in violation of his registration requirements. English was convicted in 2004 of seven counts felonious sexual assault in which his victim was under the age of 16. English is required to report quarterly to the Nashua Police Department. English failed to report for his December 8, 2012 registration and to notify the police department of his change of address as he is required to do.

A class B felony is punishable by up to seven years imprisonment, exclusive of fines. English is being held on $2,000 cash or surety bail and he is scheduled for arraignment on December 31, 2012 at the 9th Circuit Nashua District Division Court.

Jim U Lacrum January 02, 2013 at 01:46 AM
Sex offenders generally are categorized according to the seriousness of their crimes and age ranges of the victims. This is part of the information available on sex-offender registries. Usually the age information is rolled into the specific statute violated (e.g., sexual assault on a minor older than 13 and younger than 16). I agree that it is a little out of hand, though. The point is to help identify people who have demonstrated predatory behavior, not paint a red letter on everyone who has consensually slept with a teenager or been caught urinating on the side of the highway.
rosemary dixon January 02, 2013 at 04:11 AM
i think oui and drug arrest shpould have to register. somebody should keep and eye on them. specially when someone has 5 or more dui's and mothings done until they kill someone them\n someone opens there eyes. but guess what its too late and innocent person dies.
amanda January 02, 2013 at 04:14 PM
apparently i got half my point across here , but unfortunately not fully. However, in my opinion, i dont think that anybody will fully understand the sex offender registry or the people who are on it until they have to deal with it head on,( example: a wife or girlfriend who has children with a registered sex offender, and people find out who kids father is and kid gets shunned from hanging out or having sleepovers or bullied at school by other kids because of what the father has done. Thats not fair to the child or children of said parent to have to deal with the criticizing or repurcussions either.) I know what its like because i am that child and my children are now dealing with the same thing and have been for almost 7yrs. As far as the dui and drug arrest , being arrested(charged) is different than being a convicted felon and in that situation in my opinion i have to say so much for land of the free or privacy laws either.
steve forte January 02, 2013 at 04:22 PM
Please explain this one some more. You say you are that child and now your children also are dealing with it. Was your father a sex offender and then you went on to marry one?
amanda January 02, 2013 at 10:05 PM
yes my biological father is still in prison for sexual assault and im not married to a sex offender but i have had two children with one and i have a third child as well but different father and not a sex offender. I was 19yrs old when i got pregnant with my first child and im only going to be 27 in a few months, so i was young and not very wise but everybody makes mistakes including myself and i have had to learn from them. Hence the fact im not with my older 2 children's father anymore and my third child has a different father who is not a sex offender. My father has been in prison since 1996 and still currently there.

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