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Sex offenders failing to register, arrest warrants issued

Raymond Perry (Source: APSO) Raymond Perry (Source: APSO)
Horace Chauvin (Source: APSO) Horace Chauvin (Source: APSO)
ASCENSION PARISH, LA (WAFB) -

Ascension Parish Deputies are looking for two sex offenders who failed to report for their annual registration.

According to Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office Major Kevin Hanna, 22-year-old Raymond Perry and 34-year-old Horace Chauvin originally followed the mandate of the state by registering as sex offenders, but officials say that since they have failed to report for their annual registration, it "makes them non-compliant sex offenders."

Perry is from Gonzales, LA. Chauvin is from Prairieville, LA.

Ascension Parish Deputies say that anyone who has any information of Perry's and Chauvin's whereabouts is urged to contact the Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office at 225-621-INFO (4636) or by texting 847411 to their anonymous tip line from any cellular device.

You may also call Crime Stoppers at 225-344-STOP (7867) immediately to be eligible for a cash reward.

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