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Registered Md. Sex Offender Caught on School Grounds

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Robert Clayton Landis (Photo: Maryland Sex Offender Registry) Robert Clayton Landis (Photo: Maryland Sex Offender Registry)

BERLIN, Md.- Deputies with the Worcester County Sheriff's Office say they have arrested a registered sex offender caught on school grounds at Stephen Decatur High School in Berlin.

Deputies said Robert Clayton Landis, 67, of Berlin, was found inside the gated field stadium during a school soccer game. Landis is a Tier II registered sex offender and is not permitted to be on the property of any school, primary and/or secondary education, police said. According to the Maryland Sex Offender Registry, he was convicted in 2001 of second-degree unlawful sexual contact.

Landis was arrested and later released on $10,000 unsecured bond.

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