Two convicted sexual offenders face federal charges after failing to register updated information with state police, in accordance with Megan's Law.
Donald Keith Love, 53, and Robert Paul Lydick, 31, both of 5354 Route 15, Montgomery, have both been charged with failure to comply with registration of sexual offenders. Both men are lifetime registrants - Love was convicted of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse in 2001 and Lydick was convicted of rape in 2011.
Lydick was registered on the Megan's Law website as being a transient. In conjuncture with sexual offender registry law, transients are required to update their location on the last two days of every month. Lydick failed to update his location information for May 2012, according to court records.
Sexual offenders also are required to provide updated employment information to state police. On May 31, officers spoke with the owner of an area motel, who confirmed that Love's employment had been terminated. Love last had registered his employment information on July 25, 2011, according to court records.
Both men were arraigned on June 14 before District Judge Jon E. Kemp and both are incarcerated in lieu of $50,000 bail each.