Sex Offender Turns Himself In

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Updated: 12/28/2011 9:07 pm
      A sex offender fugitive has now turned himself in.  The Fayette County Sheriff's Department says Wayne Wade was wanted on an outstanding warrant for failure to comply with the Kentucky Sex Offender Registration Act. 
     He was found to be non-compliant during Operation Bluegrass Corral that took place in Fayette County in early December to make sure sex offenders there were following  with the law, it was apart of a statewide effort.
     Police are still look for two other sex offenders, Lane Weidner and Antonio Fuentes.
     If you have any information on their whereabouts, call police
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