Daniel _____, 38, unknown address in Concord, was arrested at 12:20 p.m. on March 7 on two felony registration of online identifiers charges. _____ reported to Concord police at 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 27 to update his sex offender registration — something he needs to do since he was convicted on an aggravated felonious sexual assault charge in December 2001 in Franconia. He told police he was using a vehicle purchased for him and wanted it registered. After updating the registration, _____ spoke to the detective about a personal matter — a 16-year-old boy who was using Grindr, which had a minimum age of 18 for usage, and he wanted someone to know about it, according to an affidavit. The detective asked how long he had been using the app, and he said after reactivating his phone two weeks prior, he noticed the app was still active, a report said. The detective asked to look at the phone and Gadwah told them the teen was in the “Fresh Faces” section of the app, the affidavit said. After updating the registration again, the detective seized the cell phone and requested a search warrant. The search warrant was approved in February. The detective analyzed several chat messages between the phone’s account and other app users, including _____ speaking about his past criminal history, like his original conviction of rape of a minor when he was a teen, the affidavit said. The report said the cellphone also had eDate, Snapchat, Facebook, and Facebook Messenger accounts, with chats that began the same day as the investigation. The report said a supplemental warrant was requested to obtain a date for when the Facebook Messenger account was created. The detective wrote it was earlier in January. Based on the evidence, the detective filed two felony charges against _____. He was arraigned in Merrimack County Superior Court on March 8 and bail was amended on March 21.