Monday, March 30, 2020

William Lewis Absconds Megan’s Law After Pleading Guilty to Indecent Assault Involving 13-Year-Old

» William Lewis, 23, pleaded guilty to one count of indecent assault involving a child under the age of 13 on Feb. 4, 2020.
» The self-admitted sexual predator was subsequently released from jail and ordered to register as a Tier III Offender under Megan's Law.
» Concerned parents took to Facebook Sunday to notify Delaware County natives that the sex offender has absconded supervision by failing to be photographed by the Megan's Law section of the Pennsylvania State Police.
» Lewis served four out of a maximum of 23-months imprisonment for his crimes. He remains under probation supervision for the next three years, according to his docket.
» The admitted pedophile was arrested on Oct. 28, 2019. He was held at George W. Hill Correctional Facility in lieu of $30k bail. Lewis was released Feb. 4.
» The Megan's Law Registry under the Pennsylvania State Police lists Lewis' last known address as 17 Chester Pike, Ridley Park, Pa. 19078.

Delaware County native William Lewis of Ridley Park failed to properly register under Megan’s Law after pleading guilty to indecent assault involving a 13-year-old child, Your Content has learned.

Police arrested the 23-year-old sexual predator on Oct. 28, 2019 for several sex crimes, including two counts each of indecent assault of a person less than 13 years of age, indecent exposure, and corruption of minors, according to court documents.

Lewis was temporarily behind bars in lieu of $30,000 bail until pleading guilty on Feb. 4 to one count of indecent assault to a person under the age of 13, a misdemeanor of the first degree.

Due to the caliber of Lewis’ sex crime, he was mandated to register as a Tier III Sex Offender under Megan’s Law and appear in-person at a Pennsylvania State Police Verification Site four times a year. Following his release, Lewis was to register on the Megan’s Law Registry and be photographed.

“This Valentine’s Day think about your loved ones and hold them sacred to you,” a concerned parent wrote on Facebook. “If you see this person many know as Billy Tarzan Lewis or William Lewis I ask that you report him for he has failed to register with Megan’s Law.”

Pennsylvania State Police’s Megan’s Law Unit indicates sex offenders must appear in-person at an approved registration or verification site immediately upon release to complete a verification form and to be photographed.

“He is a horrible person and needs to now live up to the consequences of what he has done and his failure to comply with the plea bargain that he took after serving only four months for violating the trust and love and innocence of someone who was close to him,” the Delaware County native and mother continued. “So think about the people we choose to have around our kids some of our closest friends can be the closest predators just waiting for a chance to hurt our children.”

“I ask that you help the police to get him and predators who fail to register back to where they belong behind bars and away from our children or others they pose a threat to.”

Anyone with information could reach the Megan’s Law section of the Pennsylvania State Police toll free at 866-771-3170.

  • Delaware County sex offender that victimized child is no-show to Megan's Law
  • Delaware County sex offender that victimized child is no-show to Megan's Law
  • Delaware County sex offender that victimized child is no-show to Megan's Law
  • Delaware County sex offender that victimized child is no-show to Megan's Law
  • Delaware County sex offender that victimized child is no-show to Megan's Law
  • Delaware County sex offender that victimized child is no-show to Megan's Law
  • Delaware County sex offender that victimized child is no-show to Megan's Law

According to court records, the eternally registered sex deviant was arrested and charged on Oct. 28, 2019. He pleaded guilty to one count of indecent assault involving a child under the age of 13 on Feb. 4, 2020. Following his instant release, Lewis was to register on the Megan’s Law Registry and report to a verification or registration site to be photographed. You may submit a tip by clicking here.


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