Sex Offender Re-Arrested In Baldwin County

Sex Offender Re-Arrested In Baldwin County

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By Katie Hammond

Sheriff Huey Hoss Mack announces that the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office has arrested Jonathan Wade Collier on 2 felony counts of violating the Sex Offender Community Notification Act.

Collier was released from the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Corrections Center where he was serving time for his conviction of 1st degree Sexual Abuse of a 6 year old female.

Collier provided the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office with an address that met his living requirements as dictated under Alabama Law. 12 days after his release, Sgt. Chris Frank arrested Collier for Failure to Transfer Residence and Failure to Provide Accurate Address upon Release.

An investigation revealed that Collier never resided at the address given and had moved into a residence where children were present.

This case will be presented to a Baldwin County Grand Jury where other charges are possible.

The Baldwin County District Attorney’s Office is moving forward to have Collier’s probation revoked in order for him to serve the remaining 7 years of his term of imprisonment.

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