A Placerville man was arrested last week for failing to properly register for his offense, according to the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department.
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Sheriff’s Lt. Bryan Golmitz said Benjamin Burmley, 68, was arrested the morning of June 24 at his residence on Cold Springs Road in Placerville after detectives and county probation officers learned he had allegedly failed to properly register as a sex offender within the allotted time.
Offenders are required to register with the Sheriff’s Department on an annual basis or when a residence is changed, Golmitz said.
Details of Burmley’s prior offense were not available as of press time.
Jail records indicate Burmley remains in custody in lieu of $105,000 bail.
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