Sarasota Sheriff warns Sarasota residents of two new sexual offenders

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Sarasota Sheriff warns Sarasota residents of two new sexual offenders

The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office is advising the public that Nelson Figuero Morales, Jr., DOB 06/06/85, has registered as a Sexual Offender living in Sarasota County.

Morales was convicted in 2009 in Sarasota County on one count of Lewd or Lascivious Battery on a Victim 12 to 15 Years Old. He was sentenced to ten years in prison followed by five years of probation. Morales violated his probation in 2014 and was convicted of Battery on an Officer, Firefighter, or EMT in 2015. He served an additional four years behind bars and was just released. Morales reports he will live in the area of Washington Boulevard and University Parkway in Sarasota. The registration of a “location” and not a physical address is allowable by Florida law for homeless or transient persons, but a transient offender or predator must register their address with the sheriff’s office every 30 days. Morales is not currently under the supervision of the Florida Department of Corrections, however he is not allowed to live within 1,000 feet of a school, childcare facility, park or playground.

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The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office is advising the public that Lamone Dixon, DOB 10/15/74, has registered as a Sexual Offender living in Sarasota County.

Dixon was convicted in 1992 in Sarasota County on one count of Lewd or Lascivious Battery on a Victim Under 16 Years Old. He was sentenced to five years of probation. In 1997, Dixon violated probation and was sentenced to two years of community control with probation for separate drug-related charges. He violated his probation again in 2000 and served five years in prison. In 2014, Dixon served an additional year behind bars for charges related to traffic and drug offenses. He recently relocated and reports his address is 2443 Leon Avenue, Rear Unit A, in the city of Sarasota. Dixon is not currently under the supervision of the Florida Department of Corrections, and because the sex offense occurred prior to 2004, residency restrictions do not apply.


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