Dubuque Man Arrested For Sexual Abuse & Enticing A Minor
This week I worked on an Iowa’s Most Wanted Sex Offenders Fugitives list. Here I explained the tiered restriction systems and requirements for individuals that commit a sexual offense. The Iowa Sex Offender Registry became law on July 1st of 1995 and is found in Chapter 692A Code of Iowa. The Registry is intended to serve as a deterrent and to protect the citizens of Iowa. And based on a recent arrest report a Dubuque man has now been arrested for exposing himself to a toddler.
Police say Demario J.L. Moore, 22, of 2659 Queen St exposed his genitals to a toddler at an earlier time this year. He was arrested at 3pm on Tuesday, August 22nd at his residence on a warrant for sexual assault charges. Court documents assert that Moore “exposed his genitals to a girl under age 3 on May 17, at a residence in Dubuque.”
Demario Jeovani Lee Moore was arrested on charges of Assault With Intent To Commit Sexual Abuse-no Injury, Indecent Exposure, and Enticing A Minor Under 13 years of age for Sexual Abuse Or Exploitation.
Demario will likely be charged, and be placed on the Iowa Sex offender Registry. The Iowa code states;
"an individual who has been convicted or adjudicated of a criminal offense against a minor, sexual exploitation, or a sexually violent crime or who was on probation, parole, or work release status, or who was incarcerated on or after July 1, 1995 is required to register. Registration includes individuals who have received deferred sentences or deferred judgments, as well as those convicted of qualifying federal sex offenses or sex offenses from other states, U.S. territories or Indian tribal nations. The information on this website is provided by the Iowa Sex Offender Registry to the public pursuant to Iowa Code chapter 692A to aid in identifying and locating individuals who have committed an offense that requires registration on the Sex Offender Registry."
Offenders are placed on Tier systems, based solely on the offense or offenses for which a person is currently registered. They are only used to establish how many times each year a registered sex offender is required to report in person to their Sheriff’s Office to verify registration information.
- Tier I offenders are required to verify their information every year;
- Tier II offenders are required to verify their information every six months;
- Tier III offenders are required to verify their information every three months.
All information is available on this public website. The individuals found on this web page are considered absconders and are in a non-compliance status with local jurisdictions. Do not attempt to apprehend any of these offenders yourself. Report any information to DPS or your local law enforcement.