A convicted sex offender in Tennessee is off the streets after police found him working at a school for a contractor.
Police say Cory Ferranti, 39, of Hampton, Tennessee, was found working for a contractor at a Washington County school. A resource officer discovered that the man was in the sex offender registry.
According to police, Ferranti had not reported to law enforcement since January 2021. Tennessee law requires sex offenders to report to law enforcement every year.
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Records from the Tennessee Sex Offender Registry, which is run by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, show that Ferranti last reported with law enforcement in January 2021.
According to WJHL, Ferranti was employed by a contractor whose company was working at the chool. Ferranti was charged with violation of the sex offender registry.
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