Shelton police charged a 64-year-old man with failing to register as a sex offender after moving back to the state.
In a prepared statement, Detective Richard Bango said police arrested David Pollitt, of River Road, Friday.
“The arrest stems from him moving back to back to Connecticut from Georgia and failing to register in here on the CT Sex registry,” Bango said. “Pollitt has lifetime registration requirement.”
According to the sex offender registry, Pollitt has seven convictions on his record for first-degree sexual assault, dating from 1982 to 1987.
Pollitt “was convicted of sexually assaulting numerous women in several Connecticut towns,” according to the registry. “At least two of his victims were picked at random.”
He was released from prison in 2007, according to the registry.
Pollitt’s bond was set at $25,000 and he is scheduled to appear at Superior Court in Derby Oct. 20, Bango said.