Saturday, June 11, 2011
Missing Lauren Spierer Case Gets Help From U.S. Marshals Service Tracking Down Unregistered Sex Offenders In Bloomington.
Lauren Spierer, her photo above, has been missing since early Friday morning, June 3rd, and was last seen at the corner of 11th St. and College Ave. (she was walking South on College Ave.) in Bloomington, IN at 4:15 A.M.. prior to that Lauren Spierer had been at Kilroy’s Sports Bar at 319 North Walnut Street, Bloomington, IN where she left her cell phone and shoes.
Let’s get real here, Lauren Spierer is very young looking, she is 20 years old with blond hair and blue eyes, but at 4′ 11″ tall and 98 lbs she looks like a 14 year old. A hard target search of the 17 registered sex offenders living and working in the near vicinty of Kilroy’s Sports Bar at 319 North Walnut Street should be at the top of the list for the Bloomington Police Dept.
06/11/2011....While hundreds of volunteers search for 20-year-old Lauren Spierer, who went missing Friday, June 3, 2011, reports indicate police are looking at 10 persons of interest. Police suspect foul play and have broadened their search effort beyond the city limits.
The Adam Walsh law created a national sex offender registry and makes failing to register a federal crime. It assigns the U.S. Marshals Service the primary job of tracking down unregistered sex offenders.
The U.S. Marshals Service was tasked with important new responsibilities in 2006 under the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act. This legislation designated the U.S. Marshals as the lead federal agency tasked with locating fugitive sex offenders who fail to register or do not comply with their state’s registry requirements.
The Sex Offender Investigations Branch (SOIB) has also established the National Sex Offender Targeting Center, which began operations in September 2009. The center serves as an interagency intelligence and operation center supporting the identification, investigation, location, apprehension, and prosecution of non-compliant, unregistered fugitive sex offenders.
There are several unregistered sex offenders in the Bloomington area that the U.S. Marshals Service is looking for.
Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator Sarasota Fl www.wbipi.com