Sex offender fails to register

A certificate of probable cause shows that Brian Alan Mickelson, a transient, failed to register as a sex offender.

Once known as a sex offender, Washington state law requires registration for a minimum of 10 years unless relieved of that duty to the Superior Count in the county of conviction. If a sex offender become a transient, it is required s/he notifies the sheriff's office of whereabouts for the previous week.

On Oct. 26, he was released from Kitsap County Jail, and upon release noted he was a transient. On Oct. 29 he failed to report to the sheriff's office under his new transient status.

At the moment, his whereabouts are unknown.

A warrant for his arrest for failure to register as a level one sex offender was requested. The form was dated for Dec. 20, 2013.


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