MO: Multiple people arrested in Mid-Missouri, accused of breaking Halloween sex offender rules

Source: abc17news.com 11/1/23

Multiple people were arrested in Mid-Missouri on Tuesday on suspicion of not complying with sex-offender Halloween restrictions.

 
In Chariton County, Timothy _____, 42, of Salisbury, was arrested on suspicion of several charges. He was charged with failure to register as a sex offender, drug possession, two counts of first-degree endangering the welfare of a child, resisting arrest, and misdemeanors including failure to comply with Halloween-related restrictions for sex offenders and two counts of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

He is being held at the Randolph County Jail on a $5,000 bond. A court date has not been set.

According to the probable cause statement, _____ did not register his current address. He was described as a Tier-3 sex offender and has to register every 90 days, according to the statement.

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I wonder how many of the multiple people were arrested for not posting the sign…

The statement says Schnetzler also had Halloween restrictions, including staying at his residence between 5 p.m.-11:30 p.m., leaving all outdoor lights off and posting a sign stating, “No candy or treats at this residence.”

If they charge him with not putting up a sign, then they are violating a court order!