But it does provide, with the listed offenders, their last known addresses, photos and their charges. The men who crank their music with no regard for regular sleeping hours. And in his six years, he has never seen a single one end with an exoneration. For now, he's waiting patiently as the DA's office investigates his case.
Police say they can't find 73 sex offenders from 42 towns spread across New Jersey. Then he puts on his best smile for the cheery apartment managers who haven't yet run a background check. While Dixon's daughter always believed he was innocent, she didn't talk about him either.
She was 17 in when she realized why her uncle was incarcerated.
Keshia just wants to say sorry to the man whose life she ruined as a child.
It's a sprawling apartment complex, complete with grassy courtyards and enough palm trees to resemble Orlando, and year-old Roderick Dixon would like to live here. She was 17 in when she realized why her uncle was incarcerated. Once they do, this is what they'll find: In , Dixon was accused of sodomizing his four-year-old nephew.
Both Dixon and the alleged victim say the crime never happened, and the Texas Southern University innocence project has been pushing for his exoneration since I'm telling you the truth now.