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Josiah Bobb, Tier 2 Megan’s Law Offender Wanted by CPD

The Chambersburg Borough Police Department is asking for your help in locating Josiah Bobb.

Bobb served 437 days in jail for sexually assaulting a child. The charges resulted from online chats he had with a child online. He traveled from Scranton to Tennessee for the purpose of having sex with her. The child was 12 years old at the time.

Bobb has a criminal record in two PA counties, Tennessee and South Carolina.

Failure to Comply

Bobb is a tier 2 offender through Megan’s Law and did fail to provide updated information regarding his home address as required.  Bobb is wanted for Failure to comply with registration requirements.  Anyone with information on his location is asked to contact the Chambersburg Police Dept. or leave a tip on Crime Watch. 

He is officially wanted for “failure to comply with registration requirements,” police say and court records confirm.

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