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A Uintah County man charged for not registering as a sex offender


2/13/24


2/7/24

Vernal, Ut.- 29-year-old Lee Oliver Larsen was arrested by Adult Probation and Parole (AP&P) for a Board Of Pardons (BOP) warrant. Then, on 2/8/24, Officer McCurdy contacted Lee's parole officer regarding Lee's current arrest.


Agent Ercanbrack stated that Lee checked out of the Sage Motel on 2/1/24 and then checked back into the motel on 2/7/24. According to Agent Ercanbrack, Lee stayed at a different location from 2/1/24 to 2/7/24. Agents then contacted Lee, and he was taken into custody on his BOP warrant.


On 2/9/24, Officer McCurdy conducted a follow-up at the Sage Motel and discovered that the dates Lee checked in and out of the motel. During that time, Lee failed to update his registered address.


Officer McCurdy responded to the Uintah County Jail to interview Lee Larsen. Lee was advised of his rights and consented to speak with the officer. Lee explained that after checking out of the Sage Motel, he said he had already told his agent everything he had to say.


Per the State of Utah Sex Offender Registration that Lee Oliver Larsen signed, the Terms and Conditions for his registration are outlined as follows:


Every Six (6) Months:

Within THREE (3) WORKING DAYS of ANY change in HABITATION (residence) Within THREE (3) WORKING DAYS of ANY change in VEHICLE information

Within THREE (3) WORKING DAYS of ANY change in EDUCATIONAL AFFILIATION information

Within THREE (3) WORKING DAYS of ANY change in place of EMPLOYMENT or carries on a vocation.


An offender shall provide the department or the registering agency with the following:


All names and aliases, the addresses of primary and secondary residences, offenders physical description, vehicle information, current photograph of the offender, fingerprints, DNA, all telephone information, name and internet addresses of all websites the offender is registered using an online identifier, including all online identities used to access those websites (any electronic mail, chat, instant messenger, social networking or similar name used for internet communications except for identifiers used for the offenders employment, financial accounts, including any bank, retirement, or investment accounts) copy of passports and immigration status, all professional licenses, all Utah educational institution affiliations, employment information, all volunteer information and affiliations, and social security number.





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