Registered Sex Offender Arrested after Move Without Notice
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) - A man living and working in Twin Falls was charged with failing to register as a sex offender after relocating to the area.
Adrian Flores, 39, was in court Thursday and was charged with felony failing to register as a sex offender between April 25 and June 15. He is being held on a $100,000 bond and his preliminary hearing is set for June 24 at the Twin Falls County Courthouse.
Court documents indicated Flores currently has a court case for two count of lewd conduct with a child under age 16 in Bingham County. According to court documents, Flores has lived in Twin Falls before and also had addresses in Pocatello. State law requires sex offenders to reregister with each county within two days of moving or changing employers, according to court documents.
A Twin Falls county officer recalled registering Flores in May 2014 with Twin Falls County, again in February 2015. The county officer received word in November 2014 and in December 2015 when Flores moved to Pocatello and reregistered with Bannock County, according to court documents.
On April 25, the Twin Falls County officer was notified Flores has apparently moved back to Twin Falls in January, and later gained new employment in May. Court documents said Bannock County had not heard from Flores since April 5, and had no part-time addresses registered.