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DOJ: Dylan Caily Wanted for Failure to Register as Sex Offender

DOJ investigators and SORNA Unit say he may be residing on St. Thomas
(U.S. Virgin Islands)- V.I. Attorney General Denise George has announced that that 44-year-old Dylan Caily is wanted for failing to comply with registration requirements for sex offenders in the Virgin Islands. Caily, a Kentucky native is also wanted in the state of Washington. His
criminal charges are Sexual Abuse 1st degree and Rape 3rd degree.

V.I. Dept. of Justice (VIDOJ) investigators and the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) unit have been informed by federal marshals that Caily, a registered sex offender, may be residing in the V.I. with an unknown address and has failed to register and notify the VIDOJ
that he has relocated to St. Thomas, in violation of the sex offender registration laws. Pursuant to Chapter 86, Section 1722 of Title 14 of the V.I. Code Caily is required to register as a sex offender within three business days of arriving at a new location. A registered sexual offender must notify
the VIDOJ of his/her name, residence, temporary lodging information, vehicle information, Internet identifiers, telephone numbers, school information, and employment status.

Caily is White, 6ft 4 in tall and weighs 200lbs. He has brown hair and green eyes. He goes by many aliases: Dylan Brown, Laurence T. Brown, L Brown, Larry Brown, Larry T. Brown, Larry Y. Brown, Larry Thomas Brown, Larry Timo Brown, Larry Timothy Brown, Larry Timothy William
Brown, Thomas Brown, Timothy Brown, Timothy L. Brown, Thomas Brown and William Timothy Dylan.If you know the whereabouts of Dylan Caily, please call the SORNA unit at 340-774-5666 ext. 10191 or ext. 20250. You can also call the Special Investigation Division at 340-774-5666 ext. 10351
or 911.

A team of Special Agents and the SORNA unit from the VIDOJ with the assistance of U.S. Marshals and other local and federal agencies, routinely conduct unannounced inspections of registered sexual offenders to verify their locations and other personal information, such as their work and home addresses. The Attorney General/VIDOJ is legally mandated to administer and enforce the sex offender registration laws. Registered sexual offenders in the territory are prosecuted by the Attorney General for either failing to register or not keeping their registration current, as required by this law, and if convicted, the penalty is a fine of not less than $3,000.00 nor more than $5,000.00, or imprisonment for not less than three months nor more than two years, or both. The law also provides that it is an offense to assist a sex offender to evade the registration requirements, which carries a fine of not less than $1,000.00 nor more than $2,000.00, or imprisonment for not more than six months, or both. The sex offender registry is available for public view at or

June 24, 2021
Sandra Goomansingh
Media Relations Director
(340)774-5666 ext. 10105

AG: Governor Bryan Prevails in Lawsuit as Court Strikes Down Act No. 8438

Superior Court rules Act No. 8438 violated the Revised Organic Act and is invalid (U.S. Virgin Islands)- V.I.

Attorney General Denise George announced today that Governor Albert Bryan has prevailed in a lawsuit filed in Superior Court of the Virgin Islands. The Superior Court ruled that Act No. 8438 violates the separation of powers doctrine under the Revised Organic Act and is therefore invalid.

AG George recognizes local Police Officers & honors fallen officers during National Police Week, May 9- 15

(U.S. Virgin Islands)- Atty General Denise George reminds everyone to recognize our law enforcement officers in honor of police week while paying homage to the 13 men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice. National Police Week is recognized May 9-15, Peace Officers Memorial Day will be held on May 15, 2021.