Man charged with violating sex offender registration in north suburbs

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A north suburban man has been charged with violating his sex offender registration by failing to report an address change.

Daniel P. Pemrick, 63, was charged with failure to register as a sexual offender when he moved from his Gurnee home without notifying authorities, according to a statement from the Lake County sheriff’s office.

Daniel P. Pemrick | Lake County sheriff’s office

Daniel P. Pemrick | Lake County sheriff’s office

A warrant was issued for his arrest, and on Tuesday members of the sheriff’s Warrants Team found him living in an Ingleside home with a 9-year-old child, authorities said. He was taken into custody without incident.

He was also charged with failure to disclose that he was living with a minor, the sheriff’s office said.

Pemrick was previously convicted of aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a 7-year-old victim when he was 40, according to the Illinois Sex Offender Registry. He also has past convictions for failure to report a change of address or employment and failure to report annually.

He is being held at the Lake County Jail on $250,000 bail, the sheriff’s office said. His next court date was set for April 9.

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