May 27, 2018
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Two in Bangor summoned for sex-offender registry violations

BANGOR — Two residents have been charged with failing to comply with Maine’s sex offender registry act, Bangor police said Thursday.

Detective Eric Tall, who manages the registry for the city and its 200 or so offenders, issued summonses recently to Eric Hasenbank, 28, formerly of Alton, and to Wallace Moran, 65, of Bangor.

Per state law, offenders are required to check in with local police every 90 days and must notify authorities if they move.

Hasenbank was last reported to be living at 179 Indiana Ave. — the Hope House — on June 2. Tall tracked Hasenbank down on Sept. 13 and issued a summons for failure to comply with the sex offender registry act, a Class D misdemeanor.

Moran also was last reported to be living at the Hope House, but has not been there since at least Sept. 6, police said. Tall caught up with Moran on Sept. 14 and issued a summons. Although he faces the same charge as Hasenbank, this is Moran’s third offense, which elevates the crime to a Class B felony.

Both Hasenbank and Moran will make court appearances to face the charge.

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