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Wanted in Gloucester County: David C. Taylor

Authorities say the man is a Megan's Law sex offender who failed to register a change of address before moving into West Deptford from Salem, NJ.

Authorities said David C. Taylor is a Megan's Law registered sex offender who is wanted for failing to register a change of address from Salem, NJ to West Deptford. Credit: GCPO.
Authorities said David C. Taylor is a Megan's Law registered sex offender who is wanted for failing to register a change of address from Salem, NJ to West Deptford. Credit: GCPO.

The Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office (GCPO) is looking for information on the whereabouts of a Megan's Law registered sex offender who is wanted for allegedly failing to register a change of address when he moved into West Deptford.

Thirty-three-year-old David C. Taylor, who lives in the 100 block of Crown Point Road in Thorofare, reportedly missed a court date scheduled for December 18 to answer for the charge, according to the GCPO. Taylor pled guilty of sexually assaulting a child on March 24, 2005.

Taylor is five-feet, ten-inches tall, weighs 235 pounds, and has brown eyes, black hair, and a tattoo on his right shoulder. 

Anyone who knows hi whereabouts should not attempt to apprehend him, but is asked to contact the GCPO Lt. Barry Johnson at (856) 498-5485. 

Anonymous tips can be provided by texting GLOTIP & your message to CRIMES  (274637). Other wanted fugitives may be viewed on the GCPO website.

Ricardo Carlos Castro January 14, 2014 at 12:08 AM
It has been a great help for everyone, especially to people who have experience being harassed in his/her life. Sex offenders can be anywhere, we must take any initiative on how to deal with them and how to protect ourselves from them. This law that the government is planning is a good way of eliminating harm to any individual. We will be secured from this kind of unnecessary treatment. Another suggestion to have a certain safety application on android phone that helps track sex offenders on your phone, and just a click on a panic button it could create a conference call to a 24/7 call center, a safety network and could escalate a call to a nearest 911 if it's a real emergency, check this site out for more information:http://safetrec.com/about

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