Suffolk police, Parents for Megan's Law propose plan to move homeless sex offenders

County Executive Steve Bellone's office says lawmakers could

County Executive Steve Bellone's office says lawmakers could vote as early as Tuesday on the plan. (January 31, 2013 5:34 PM)

Suffolk County may move homeless sex offenders out of East End trailers and into the community.

The Suffolk County Police Department and Parents for Megan's Law gave comprehensive presentations today on a new plan that would track registered sex offenders within the county's borders. Part of the plan calls for closing the two East End trailers that house homeless sex offenders. The Department...

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