05/12/2016

Chad Holland Arrested, Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

On Tuesday, 5.10.16, Faulkner County Sheriff Investigators arrested 44 year old Chad Michael Holland for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender after turning himself in at FCSO.

 

According to investigators, Holland, a level 2 High sex offender assigned to Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office, failed to comply with registration and reporting requirements for registered sex offenders. Deputies were tipped that Holland had not been living at his registered residence for approximately three months.

 

Investigators were able to verify Holland was no longer living at the registered address, and were able to track him down and make contact with him. Holland admitted he had been living and working in Louisiana for the last two months.  Holland was registered as unemployed with FCSO as well as ACIC (Arkansas Crime Information Center).

 

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code, Section 2250, if a sex offender fails to register or fails to report a change in residence, employment or student status, and travels in or moves across state lines, the offender can be charged with a federal crime and punished by up to ten years imprisonment.

 

Holland was found guilty of Indecent Behavior with a juvenile on 8-5-10. The offense involved the offender engaging in sexual contact with a 14-15 year old male acquaintance. The victim said the offender was also physically abusive toward him.

 

At the time of time of this release, Holland is at Unit 2 with a $7500 bond with a court date of 5.23.16.

 

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