Dec 3, 2015 3:03 PM

Convicted sex offender in Manchester arrested after creating Facebook page

MANCHESTER – A Manchester man who is a convicted sex offender has been arrested for failing to report to police that he created a Facebook page.

According to The Union Leader, Norman St. Hilaire, of Manchester, was arrested after he created a Facebook page and failed to notify officers.

State law requires all sex offenders to report any online profiles, including email addresses, instant message screen names and profile information to police.

St. Hilaire pleaded guilty to two counts of felonious sexual assault in 1987 and registered on the N.H. sex offender registry in 1994, when the state enacted a public registry. He was currently trying to get removed from the state's registry before his Nov. 25 arrest.

It is unclear what his Facebook page was being used for or who he was communicating with, if anyone.

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