A convicted sex offender will not have to spend time in prison for failing to register with police as required by Megan’s Law.

Common Pleas Judge Shawn Wagner last week ordered Bob Raymond Herron Sr. of Hanover to serve 36 months probation effective Nov. 14, abide by all reporting requirements of the Sexual Offender Registration and Notification Act, follow recommended treatment with the Baltimore, Md., Veterans Administration, and pay any court fees, fine and costs. Wagner did not impose a fine.

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