By Editor & Publisher Jeff Brown.
The Michigan State Police have completed a two-day sex offender sweep that was conducted in Lansing. During the two day compliance check of over 320 registered sex offenders within the city of Lansing, 30 violations of the Michigan Sex Offenders Registration Act were found. The Michigan State Police announced this information on January 3.
According to the announcement from MSP, warrants will be sought for the infractions through the Ingham County Prosecutor's office. Further, investigators will revisit 107 addresses where no one was home during the sweep.
The U.S. Marshal's Service and the Lansing Police Department participated in the sweep.