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Police: Sex offender fails to maintain registration

FARGO - Police here say a sex offender required to register with law enforcement has failed to do so. Paul Rock Alcorta, formerly of 220 6th Ave. N. in Fargo, has failed to maintain his registration in accordance with state law, police said in a ...

Paul Alcorta

FARGO - Police here say a sex offender required to register with law enforcement has failed to do so.

Paul Rock Alcorta, formerly of 220 6th Ave. N. in Fargo, has failed to maintain his registration in accordance with state law, police said in a news release Friday.

Police claim the 43-year-old failed to notify authorities of his change of address and keep in communication with law enforcement.

Alcorta was convicted of second-degree rape in Oklahoma City District Court in 1990. His victim was a 17- year-old female acquaintance. He has been assessed as moderate-risk offender.

He is described as 5 feet, 9 inches tall, 203 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair.

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Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Alcorta should contact local law enforcement.

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