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Milford Police: Sex Offender Found Living Next to School, Charged

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MILFORD, Del. (AP/WBOC)- Authorities say a Milford sex offender has been arrested and he's facing charges after he was found living next to a school.
    
Sgt. Dwight Young said that officers responded to 33-year-old Paul E. Herman's home on North Walnut Street after receiving a tip that he was living in the basement of the dwelling, located near Milford High School.
    
Police said in a news release that Herman was arrested on Jan. 9 and charged with failure to re-register as a sex offender and residing within 500 feet of a school property.
    
Young said Herman was also wanted on a warrant from Sussex County Superior Court.
    
Online jail records show he is being held at Sussex Correctional Institution in Georgetown. It isn't immediately clear if Herman has an attorney.
    

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