Doon, Iowa — A man who is a registered sex offender in Illinois now faces a felony charge in Lyon County, Iowa for failing to register as a sex offender when moving to a Lyon County residence.
According to court records, a Lyon County Deputy became aware that 54-year-old Bryan Stroud was living at a residence in Doon. According to those records, when the deputy ran Stroud through the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database, he learned that Stroud was allegedly an absconder or non-compliant sex offender in the State of Illinois.
According to the court documents, when they deputy made contact with Stroud, he allegedly admitted to the deputy that he had been living in Doon since August of last year. Iowa law requires a convicted sex offender to inform the Sheriff in the county in which they reside of an address change with in five business days of moving.
Subsequent to the deputy’s investigation, Stroud was placed under arrest and taken to the Lyon County Jail, accused of a Sex Offender Registration Violation, 2nd or Subsequent Offense, which is a Class D Felony.