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State says young sex offender was ordered to stay away from teen girls & he didn't

LACONIA — A local man who sent to jail in December of 2013 for felonious sexual assault and indecent exposure is back in jail after allegedly breaking the rules of his recent probation.

Michael Sulloway, 20, pleaded guilty to one count of sexual penetration of a female who was older than 13 but younger than 16. He also has convictions from 2012 for one count of sexual assault and one count of simple assault.

Sulloway, who is homeless, was released on probation on April 22 with an order from the Belknap County Superior Court that he was not to have any contact with minors under the age of 16 who were not his relatives.

According to filings from the court, Sulloway reported to his probation officer and said his full-time address was 52 Estates Circle #1 — the home of his parents.

His probation officer learned from Laconia Police that Sulloway was staying in various places but was in daily contact with a police detective as to his whereabouts and activities to satisfy his requirement under the sexual registration laws.

The probation officer went to check on Sulloway's address and learned from one of his parents that he wasn't sleeping there on a regular basis.

The probation officer said he questioned Sulloway who allegedly lied to him about where he was staying. Once confronted with the truth, Sulloway agreed on May 14 to spend five days in jail as a sanction with a release date of May 18.

Within hours of his release, Laconia Police responded to the Laconia Spa at 9:30 p.m. for a disturbance and recognized - Sulloway as one of the people who was there. The responding officer also noted that allegedly there were two female juveniles with him, violating the terms of his probation.

Sulloway never reported his contact with the police to his probation officer, which is another violation.

On May 21, Sulloway reported for his regular probation meeting and when confronted with the new allegations of being in the company of minors, he alleged admitted he knew one of the girls was 15-years-old.

Sulloway was returned to jail and faces a violation of probation hearing next week. He has a "no bail" status.

 
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