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Sex offender arrested for working too close to school

William David Britton (Source: Decatur Police Department) William David Britton (Source: Decatur Police Department)
DECATUR, AL (WAFF) -

Decatur Police arrested a convicted sex offender for failing to register his employment and for working too close to a school.

William David Britton was convicted of a sex offense involving a 13-year-old.

Police say Britton began working for his most recent employer in February, but did not register that employment with the Decatur Police Department. Employment registration is required by the Alabama Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act.

Investigators say Britton's employment was within 2000 feet of Banks-Caddell Elementary School, which is also in violation of the law.

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