Lubbock Grand Jury Indicts Man For Failing To Register As Sex Offender - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/2/05

Lubbock Grand Jury Indicts Man For Failing To Register As Sex Offender

Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff

He didn't register when he lived in Arkansas, and now, failure to register as a sex offender is causing Thomas Haynes trouble in Lubbock.

Late Tuesday afternoon, a Lubbock Grand Jury indicted Haynes for "failure to register as a sex offender." Police say the 56-year-old had been living in Lubbock for weeks when they arrested him at the Groves Library on 19th Street. That's where he's accused of taking inappropriate pictures of women on his digital camera.

7/15/05
Wanted Sex Offender Arrested at Local Library
He's already served 25 years in prison for raping three women and two young children. Now, another lewd act has Thomas Haynes in trouble with Lubbock police.

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