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CPSO looking for convicted sex offender

Jeri Allen Sr., 37 (Source: Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office) Jeri Allen Sr., 37 (Source: Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office)
CADDO PARISH, LA (KSLA) - The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating a man who has repeatedly failed to register as a sex offender.

Deputies say 37-year-old Jeri M. Allen Sr. is a convicted sex offender who has repeatedly failed to register with authorities, as required by law.

In 2006 Allen was convicted of aggravated sexual assault of a child in Texas. He was released from jail in 2010 and arrested in Caddo Parish in 2011 for failing to register as a sex offender. He was released in January 2014, but again failed to register. 

Allen also broke the law by setting up a Facebook page, which is prohibited because of the age of his victim.  He is required to register quarterly with the CPSO.    

Deputies say they've searched all known addresses for Allen but have not located him. His last known address was on Liberty Street in Shreveport. He was last seen Thursday morning on Hollywood Avenue.

Allen is described as 5’10" and weighing 200 pounds. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact Deputy Michael Escude’ at (318) 675-2170 or Crime Stoppers at (318) 673-7373. 

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