York convicted sex offender charged with non-compliance

YORK – Daniel Homp, 36, of York, has been formally charged with violating the reporting requirements associated with the Nebraska Sex Offender Registry.

Home was convicted in 2008, in York County, of attempted first degree assault, and was ordered to be a 25-year registrant.

Court documents also indicate he is a “convicted felony and a multi-state/multi-source offender. He has convictions for criminal mischief, stalking and attempt of a Class 1C/1D/2 felony. He has previously been charged with failure to register as a sex offender, a sex offender registry violation for falsifying information and a sex offender registry violation for failure to register a vehicle. He was convicted for separate counts of attempt of a Class 3A felony in relation to this case which occurred in Seward County. He also has entries in his criminal history for failure to pay restitution which led to a warrant being issued. Lastly, he has a criminal history out of Colorado in which he was arrested for a sex offender registration violation.”

The affidavit filed by a York County Sheriff’s investigator says he allegedly failed to update required information with their office.

He has been charged with a Class 3A felony which carries a possible maximum sentence of three years in prison with 18 months of post-release supervision and/or a $10,000 fine.

A jury trial has been set for late spring.


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