A 23-year-old Yorkville-area sex offender is facing new criminal charges for allegedly failing to tell police he had a new job and was attending school, police said.
Thomas Binion, of the 9300 block of Route 34, Yorkville, was charged with two felony counts of violation of the Illinois Sex Offender Registration Act, according to a news release from the . He was arrested Monday; his bond is $30,000, which requires posting $3,000 to be released while the case is pending.
Binion is required to register annually as a sexual predator, the news release states. According to the Illinois Sex Offender Registery, Binion was convicted of two counts of criminal sexual abuse in Kendall County involving incidents that happened when he was 20 and the victim was 16.
"An investigation revealed that Mr. Binion had obtained new employment and failed to register such within the required three days," the sheriff's news release states. "It was also discovered that Thomas Binion had been attending school since late 2011 without notifying the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office."
Binion also was convicted of failure to register as a sex offender in 2009, according to the news release.