Missing Tx. sex offenders to appear on Web
Those who have violated parole or stopped registering whereabouts will be put on most-wanted list
By Maggie Ybarra
El Paso Times
EL PASO — Violent sex offenders who have violated their parole or stopped registering their whereabouts with the state will now have their faces plastered on a Texas most-wanted list.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has instituted a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders program, which consists of listing the dangerous sex offenders and their last known locations.
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