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Two Sex Offenders on the Run, Wanted by Sheriff's

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Akeem Forehand is a convicted sex offender wanted for failing to register Akeem Forehand is a convicted sex offender wanted for failing to register
Lloyd Waters is a convicted sex offender wanted for failing to register Lloyd Waters is a convicted sex offender wanted for failing to register

Two sex offenders just out of jail, now back on the streets and on the loose.

Can you help track them down?

Lloyd Waters is a sex offender on the run.

He was convicted of aggravated assault with intent to rape back in 2010 and was in jail until last year.

"In October he was released from incarceration," said Chatham County Sheriff's Investigator Octavious Anderson. "He came to let us know he was released from incarceration and disappeared after that."
 
Chatham County Sheriff's believe Waters may have disappeared, he is still in our area.

"Mr Waters frequents the area of 1100 South Rogers street in Pooler, and frequents the Garden City area and 1600 W Bay Street," explained Anderson. "Anywhere from there to the hotels on Augusta road."

Our second suspect is Akeem Forehand.

Forehand was convicted of Child Molestation back in 2008, got out of jail in 2012, and now is on the loose again.

"He has ties to Belport, New York and he's also known to frequent Richards street and Sustainable Fellwood," said Anderson.

If you known where either Akeem Forehand or Lloyd Waters may be, call Chatham County Sheriff's or Crimestoppers at 234-2020.
 
"We need to know and they are required to tell us where they are living and working so we can monitor and keep tabs on them," explains the Investigator. "And if one is loose and we want the public to know these people are not where they should be."
 
And remember, if your tip leads to an arrest, you could be eligible for a cash reward.

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