I inadvertently found out while doing a search of local registered sex offenders in my area that a very friendly and polite older gentlemen who recently began to work at my company is a registered sex offender for possession of child pornography.
He admitted his guilt, is on probation, and lost his former job working for the court system, according to a newspaper article I dug up.
Do I inform management or keep this information to myself?
I’ve been sitting on this question because I can’t come up with an answer I’m fully comfortable with.
She was booked into the Montgomery County Jail and released on ,500 bond.
Her arrest came 3 1/2 months after Michael Scott Helton, 35, of Clarksville was charged with human trafficking in the same case April 29.
He’s now using his middle name instead of his first name, but without a doubt is my co-worker.
Gaming companies Microsoft, Sony, Blizzard, Electronic Arts, Warner Brothers, Disney, Funcom, THQ, Gaia Online, NCSoft and Apple all cooperated in “Operation: Game Over,” resulting in the closure of sex offenders’ gaming accounts or revocation of their online communications privileges.
So that’s kind of your fault.” I didn’t tell anyone else for years. I was manipulated over a series of months into a situation I should not have been in by a person who didn’t have my best interest at heart. I said yes, then no, and that no should have been honored. It brought a fear to my relationships that I couldn’t name or understand.
It convinced me that I was unimportant, and that no one would listen if I spoke up, anyway.
(All that was done was a credit check and The Work Number reports.) Is this any of my business or should I just let it go?
I believe it’s definitely something that management should know, but I would also never want to begrudge someone the chance to make a living.