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Authorities still seek two missing sex offenders

Kyle Lamont Gadson (Source: Chatham Co. Sheriff's Office) Kyle Lamont Gadson (Source: Chatham Co. Sheriff's Office)
Christopher Aaron Walter (Source: Chatham Co. Sheriff's Office) Christopher Aaron Walter (Source: Chatham Co. Sheriff's Office)
CHATHAM CO., GA (WTOC) -

The Chatham County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's assistance in locating two missing sex offenders.

Christopher Aaron Walter, 30, was convicted in 2002 in Georgia for enticing a child for indecent purposes. He has been labeled a sexual predator and has been under monitoring by the Georgia Department of Correction Probation Division. On Nov. 13, Walter disabled his electronic ankle monitor. On Nov. 14, Walter's probation officer took out a warrant for his arrest. Probation officers also notified the U.S. Marshal Service Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force and the Chatham Co. Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Registration and Tracking Unit. All three of the agencies have exhausted all leads. Walter is a homeless man. On Sept. 12, 2012, he registered with the Chatham Co. Sheriff's Office as a sex offender and told authorities that he was living under the Talmadge Bridge near the Oglethorpe Bus Station. He has no known family members in the area.

Kyle Lamont Gadson, 41, was convicted in 1992 of rape. He was last seen at the Chatham Co. Sheriff's Office on July 23, when he visited the SORT Unit for his annual sex offender registration. When SORT investigators went to verify his address on Oct. 4, Gadson's father said he did not live there. On Oct. 15, Chatham Co. Sheriff's Office issued a Recorder's Court warrant. They have exhausted all leads in trying to locate Gadson. The U.S. Marshals have been assisting with the search.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Walter or Gadson are asked to contact Chatham Co. Sheriff's Office's SORT Unit at 912.656.5715 or CrimeStoppers at 912.234.2020.

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