Violent Offender Registration Act
On and after November 1, 2004, the provisions of the Mary Rippy Violent Crime Offenders Registration Act shall apply to:
1. Any person residing, working or attending school in this state who is subsequently convicted of, or who receives a deferred judgment or suspended sentence for, any crime or attempted crime of the violent offenders Act by any court in this state, another state, the United States, a tribal court, or a military court shall register.
2. Any person who enters this state for purposes of residence, work or to attend school and who has been previously convicted of or is subject to a deferred judgment, suspended sentence, probation or parole from any court of another state, the United States, a tribal court, or a military court for any crime or attempted crime which, if committed or attempted in this state, would be a crime substantially or similar to any crime enumerated as a violent crime shall register with the local law enforcement jurisdiction. Registration shall be completed within 3 days upon entering the jurisdiction of a local law enforcement agency.
The following crimes and attempts to commit such crimes shall be registered under the Mary Rippy Violent Crime Offenders Registration Act:
1. First Degree murder
2. Second Degree murder
4. Shooting or discharging a firearm with intent to kill, use of a vehicle to facilitate the intentional discharge of a firearm, cross bow or other weapon, assault, battery, or assault and battery with a deadly weapon or by other means likely to produce death or great bodily harm
5. Assault with intent to kill
8. Any crime or attempt to commit a crime constituting a substantially similar offense of this state by any court of another state
Access to registries, all persons, businesses and organizations in this state shall have access to search and identify individual names contained in the Oklahoma Sex offender Registry and the Mary Rippy Violent Crime Offenders Registry. 57-599.1
The following information is being released by the Frederick Police Department pursuant to Oklahoma State Statutes Title 57 Section 591, 592, 593, 594, 595, 596, 597, 598, 599, and 599.1.
The Frederick Police Department only provides registration information for offenders living within the city limits of Frederick, OK.
Frederick Police Department
Violent Offender Registry
The individuals identified below have been required to register as violent offenders by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections and are currently residing in the City of Frederick.
Last Name: Adams
First Name: Thomas
Height: 6 ft; 0 in
Weight: 189 pounds
Home Address: 1607 North 13th Street, Apartment 8
Zip Code: 73542
Offense: Murder; First Degree
State of Conviction: Oklahoma
Term: 115.41 Years
Term Code: Int. Parole
Last Name: Garcia
First Name: Billy
Height: 5 ft; 4 in
Weight: 185 pounds
Home Address: 1119 South 12th Street
Zip Code: 73542
Offense: Use of Vehicle in Discharge of Weapon
State of Conviction: Oklahoma
Term: 20 Years
Term Code: Probation
Mary Rippy Violent Crime Offenders Registration Act
Notice of Duty to Register
(Pursuant to Title 57, Sections 591 - 599)
1. I understand that I have a legal duty to register as a violent offender with the Department of Corrections (DOC) and with the local law enforcement agency having jurisdiction over my place of residence. Local law enforcement agency is the municipal police department, county sheriff, or security department of any institution of higher learning if I am enrolled as a student (full or part-time) or residing in property owned or controlled by an institution of higher learning. I am responsible for obtaining and submitting the information required of me for the registration process.
2. I understand that if I was sentenced in Oklahoma, I must register within three (3) business days of receiving a probationary sentence or release from a correctional facility. I must register with the local law enforcement agency having jurisdiction over any residence I intend to stay at for more than seven (7) days within three (3) days of entering the jurisdiction.
3. If I am entering the state, I must register with the Department of Corrections within three (3) days if I intend to be in the state for any purpose for thirty (30) days or longer, am employed (full or part-time with or without compensation) for more than fourteen (14) days or an aggregate period exceeding thirty (30) days within a calendar year or am enrolled as a student (full or part-time) within this state. I must register with the local law enforcement in the area where I intend to reside or stay for more than seven (7) days, have employment (full or part-time with or without compensation) for more than fourteen (14) days or an aggregate period exceeding thirty (30) days within a calendar year, or am enrolled as a student (full or part-time) within this state. I must register within three (3) days of entering the jurisdiction.
4. I understand that I must notify in writing the DOC and local law enforcement no less than three (3) business days prior to moving from the address of the previous registration. If I graduate, transfer, drop, terminate or otherwise change enrollment or employment at any school in this state I am to notify the DOC and local law enforcement in writing of the change in enrollment or employment within three (3) days of the change. If I move to another state, I must give notice of the new address to DOC ten (10) days before I establish residency or temporarily reside in the new state. I understand that if the new state requires registration for the offense I have been sentenced for I must register with the designated law enforcement agency of the new state.
5. I understand it is unlawful for me to work with, or provide services to children or to work on school premises, or for any person or business which contracts for work to be performed on school premises.
6. I understand that I must continuously register during the term of my sentence and for a period of ten (10) years after the date of the completion of the sentence. If it has been determined that I am a habitual violent crime offender I shall be required to register for my lifetime. I understand that I am required to verify my address with the local law enforcement authority at least annually, quarterly if I have the habitual status. I will receive an address verification form at my registered address and will have ten (10) days to get contact the local law enforcement authority to verify this address.
7. I understand that I must submit to a blood or saliva test for a DNA profile within thirty (30) days of registration, unless a valid sample is already on file with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
8. I understand any violation will be a felony punishable by incarceration in a correctional facility for not more than five (5) years, a fine not to exceed $5000.00, or both.
9. These duties and procedures have been explained to me.
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