Two Sex Offenders Being Sought For Failure to Register As Required By Law

They are part of six people who violated the sex offender registry law.



Frederick, Md (KM) The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office is looking for two men who are required to register as sex offenders, but are not in compliance.

Deputies are currently searching for Michael Cullen, 63, and Willie Clark, 60. The two men have no fixed addresses.   Both are charged with failure to register as sex offenders. Authorities say Cullen is believed to fled Maryland and may be in Massachusetts, and Clark is homeless and his current location is unknown.

Authorities say they’ve issued a criminal summons for Gabriel Alicea-Rodriguez, 37, of Frederick, for failing to notify the Sheriff’s Office about his use of a social medial account. But the summons has not been served.

Anyone who has information the whereabouts of these men are asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office. They can contact Detective Jennifer Skelley at 301-600-4017, or call the Sheriff’s Office Tip Line at 301-600-4131. Callers can remain anonymous.

Authorities  say three other men are charged with violating the sex offender registration law. Christopher James Holte, 34, of Frederick, failed to report quarterly as required. A warrant for his arrest was issued on July 2nd. He is currently incarcerated at the Frederick County Adult Detention Center.

Paul Iglesisa , 58, of Frederick, is charged with failing to notify the Sheriff’s Office of his employment status. A criminal summons was served on July 11th, and he’s currently in compliant with the Sheriff’s Office.

Samuel Joseph Klenke, 40, of Ijamsville. was served with a criminal summons  on July 18th for  failing to notify law enforcement about his use of a social media account. Authorities report he’s in compliance with the Sheriff’s Office.


By Kevin McManus