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Marshall County's most wanted sex offender caught in Iowa

MARSHALL COUNTY, AL (WAFF) - Missing sex offender and Marshall County's number one most wanted subject, Brady Rogers, was arrested in Knoxville, Iowa.

Sheriff Scott Walls said his office spent endless man hours searching for Rogers over the past four weeks.

In April of this year, Sheriff Walls launched an extensive investigation into finding Brady Rogers. Rogers was originally registered with the Marshall County Sheriffs Office at 115 Evermore Lane Arab, Alabama.

The Sheriff's Department learned Rogers moved without notifying the sheriffs office. Investigators spent countless man hours interviewing witnesses as well as conducting surveillance.

During the investigation investigators learned Rogers had friends in Knoxville, Iowa. The Marshall County Sheriffs Office notified Iowa of the outstanding warrants in Alabama.

During a routine traffic stop in Knoxville, Iowa, Rogers was arrested.

He was charged with failure to register as a sex offender and theft of property.

Iowa officials said they anticipate additional theft charges pending the outcome of their investigation.

Rogers was listed as the Marshall County Sheriffs most wanted subject. The Marshall County Sheriffs Office held active warrants on Rogers for failing to register as a sex offender, probation violation, burglary 3rd and theft of property 2nd.

The Arab Police Department has active warrants on Rogers for two counts of receiving stolen property and breaking and entering a vehicle.

The Blount County Sheriffs Office holds two felony warrants for theft of property on Rogers.   

 

 

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