A man suspected of a series of sex crimes the Los Angeles area now has another problem. He’s the most recent addition to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted List.
Los Angeles authorities charged Greg Alyn Carlson, 46, in 2017 with a burglary and sexual assault. According to the FBI, evidence links Carlson to a series of sex crimes dating back to 2003. He posted bail following his September 2017 arrest and fled to the East Coast. He also visited a family home in South Carolina. While there, he acquired cash and a handgun, and stole a rental vehicle.
Law enforcement officials later spotted him in Alabama, during a police chase. Local authorities broke off the chase due to public safety concerns. He was also spotted most recently in Jacksonville and Daytona Beach, FL. According to authorities, he was last known to be driving a 2017 white Hyundai Accent with South Carolina plates.
Los Angeles sex crimes attorney
When you face sexual offense charges, hire an experienced sex crimes lawyer like Robert Helfend. Unlike other crimes, the penalties for sex offenses can last long after you have served the rest of your sentence.
Conviction for sex offenses in California most often requires registration as a sex offender, usually for life. Lifetime registration makes it difficult to put your conviction behind you. Requirements for sex offenders include regular contact with law enforcement through registration compliance checks. Failure to meet all requirements of registration could return you to prison.
Registered sex offenders often have difficulty finding work and housing, often because of their registry status. Don’t assume that you have no options when you’re facing charges for sexual offenses. Hire an experienced criminal defense attorney like Robert Helfend, and see what a difference an experienced attorney can make.
Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (310) 456-3317, (818) 591-2809 or (805) 273- 5611 for an immediate consultation on your Los Angeles County sex crimes case.
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