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Galloway said in several counties and St. Louis, the locations of more than 10 percent of registered sex offenders are unknown.
Of the total 1, offenders who have not registered their details, at least had committed Tier III offenses—the highest-severity category of crimes, which include rape or child molestation in the first or second degree. Under Missouri's sex offender registration laws, which came into force in , offenders who commit Tier III offenses are required to register with local law enforcement every 90 days for the rest of their lives.
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