We were satisfied with that result and had decided not to do a post on Wucherer due to his lack of any real criminal record. Just to kill time before work we went surfing on the SLED database. We found a fellow who was listed as "Homeless" who could not be mapped. Hmmm. A few minutes of research showed us this individual is claiming to reside in Ladson and he even provides a map to his house.
How ironic is that? SLED says they can't map him, but he maps himself.
If we could find that information why can't SLED or local authorities charged with keeping track of these sex offenders? As a result, we wonder just how accurate the SLED database is.
Here is the info on the offender we tracked. Alvardez Romono Deloach. He has prior addresses in North Charleston and Hanahan. The victim of his 1st Degree Sexual Abuse charge in Alabama was twelve years old.
He doesn't appear to be homeless.
Deloach even put up a map to his home.
He claims to be married to Melissa Geiger. Her Facebook profile tells us she lives in Hartsville, SC and makes no mention of Deloach other than a spot on her friends list. Deloach does have thirteen "Geigers" on his friends list, both black and white.
We aren't sure of the extent of his criminal history in Alabama, but he has one in Charleston County.
Distribution of Cocaine and 2nd Degree Lynching.
Deloach pled guilty to the distribution charge on 9 January, 2006 before Judge Thomas Hughston. He was sentenced under the YOA to a term not to exceed one to six years, suspended in favor of two years probation. A typical lenient sentence from Judge Hughston.
The lynching charge was dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor with the note "pled guilty to waiver". We have no idea what that means.
Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle.
Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
Failure to Register as a Sex Offender.
Sentenced to 90 days.
Failure to Register as a Sex Offender - sentenced to 90 days.
Strong Arm Robbery, Assault & Battery of a High and Aggravated Nature and a Probation Violation.
Deloach pled guilty to the robbery charge before Judge Roger Young. He was sentenced to two years in prison.
The 9th Circuit Solicitor dismissed the ABHAN charge.