Police Investigate Violation of Megan’s Law

Megan’s Law offender jailed

SWEDEN TWP. – State Police report that Cabot J. Densmore, 46, of 242 South Canada Hollow Road in Shinglehouse, was arrested and jailed on a violation of Pennsylvania’s Megan’s Law.

Police say Densmore failed to report his change of address and employment status with the PA State Police within the required time frame allotted by PA’s Megan’s Law. While Densmore’s address is reported as Shinglehouse, a State Police news release lists his actual residing address as 3140 East 2nd Street, Sweden Township in Potter County.

On October 21 at 8:16 am, Densmore was charged with (1)count of Failure to Comply With Registration of Sexual Offenders Requirements, and was arraigned in front of District Magistrate Annette L. Easton. Densmore was subsequently remanded to the Potter County jail after failing to post the required 10% of $10,000 bail.

An investigation continues.

Photo from Megan’s Law website.


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3 Comments

  1. The WiseMan says:

    Good work police!

  2. His Victim says:

    You would think he would learn his lesson. This was the second time in 6 months he failed to report. I am glad he is getting some punishment for what he did. He thinks he is above the law.

  3. Fallnhorse says:

    The reason he’s on the that list was bogus….He filed in 72hrs instead of 48..no one told him…Just making jobs for high paid government employees.

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