Jackson County authorities arrested a sex offender for the second time for allegedly failing to register after a move.
Brownstown police received a tip Thursday that 29-year-old Corey A. Quick had moved to a trailer court and did not report his new address for the sex offender registry maintained by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department. Sex offenders are required by law to report a new address within 72 hours of moving.
Deputies went to Quick’s registered address in Seymour and found he had moved out in July. He was arrested at a gas station in Brownstown on a preliminary charge of failing to register as a sex offender. Sheriff Rick Meyer said Quick was previously convicted in May for failing to register.