Four convicted sex offenders booked on failure to register charges

 Four convicted sex offenders booked on failure to register charges
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POSTED: Friday, October 25, 2013 - 11:30am

UPDATED: Friday, October 25, 2013 - 12:36pm

Four men have been arrested in Plaquemines Parish within the past week for failure to register.

On October 18, Douglas Eugene Baugh, Jr., of Buras, was arrested. On August 30, Baugh moved to Plaquemines Parish and registered with the Sheriff’s Office as a sex offender. Baugh was convicted of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child in 2000 in Corpus Christi, Texas. In October, Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office (PPSO) investigators were unable to locate Baugh at his address of record during a compliance check. Investigators discovered that Baugh allegedly provided an incorrect address to the PPSO, as well as the Louisiana Department of Public Safety. Detectives obtained an arrest warrant on Baugh and he was subsequently arrested and booked with Failure to Register as a Sex Offender. Baugh remains in the custody of the Sheriff’s Office in lieu of a $15,000 bond.

On October 22, Arriel R. Eugene, of Braithwaite, was arrested. On April 5, Eugene was released from the Louisiana Department of Corrections’ custody after serving a prison sentence for a 1997 Aggravated Rape conviction that occurred in St. Bernard. On September 30, PPSO investigators learned that Eugene had allegedly moved from his address of record, but never notified the PPSO or his State Parole Officer. Furthermore, investigators learned that since June 20, Eugene allegedly never contacted his State Parole Officer as a condition of his release. On October 1, PPSO investigators obtained an arrest warrant on Eugene for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender. Eugene was arrested by the St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office on October 22 for his outstanding PPSO warrant. Eugene was extradited
to Plaquemines Parish and booked with Failure to Register as a Sex Offender and a State Parole Violation. Eugene remains in the custody of the Sheriff’s Office in lieu of a $15,000 bond.

On October 23, Jesse J. Tabor, of Belle Chasse, was arrested. On July 15, Tabor arrived at the Sheriff’s Office to register as a sex offender since he was working in Plaquemines Parish. Tabor was convicted in 2001 for Indecent Acts with a Minor in Pierce County, Virginia. As part of his registration process, Tabor was required to obtain a Louisiana identification card that indicates he is a sex offender. Tabor allegedly never obtained or applied for the card. On October 18, PPSO investigators obtained an arrest warrant on Tabor for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender and Louisiana State Identification Marked Sex Offender Required. On October 23, Tabor was arrested at his place of employment and booked with Failure to Register as a Sex Offender and Louisiana State Identification Marked Sex Offender Required. Tabor was additionally booked with an outstanding warrant from Santa Rosa County, Florida for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender. Tabor remains in the custody of the Sheriff’s Office without bond and has a magistrate hearing set for October 25.

The same day, Danny Lee Davis, Jr., of Venice, was arrested. On April 16, Danny Davis registered as a sex offender with the Sheriff’s Office. Davis was convicted in St. Bernard Parish in 2012 on two counts of Molestation of a Juvenile. As required by law, October 16, Davis allegedly failed to return to the Sheriff’s Office for his semi-annual registration requirements. On October 17, PPSO investigators conducted a sex offender compliance check at Davis’ residence, but were unable to make contact with him. On October 18, an arrest warrant was obtained on Davis for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender. On October 23, Davis surrendered to authorities at the Belle Chasse Criminal Investigations Bureau. He was arrested and booked with Failure to Register as a Sex Offender. Davis remains in the custody of the Sheriff’s Office without bond and has a magistrate hearing set for October 25.

Currently, in Plaquemines Parish there are approximately 42 active registered sex offenders, and the PPSO wants you to know where they reside. To empower citizens, the Sheriff’s Office utilizes OffenderWatch® to manage, monitor the whereabouts, and conduct compliance checks of the registered sex offenders within the community.
for parents to discuss with children. With increased education and awareness comes increased success with our community notification program. “Community Notification” empowers you with the knowledge that can be used to protect yourself and your family from becoming victims.
  

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