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Convicted Predatory Offender Facing Prison After Second Failure to Register

Pablo Antonio Caban, 25, is facing up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine if convicted of the charge against him.

A 25-year-old Inver Grove Heights man was arrested Aug. 8 after police say he knowingly failed to register as a predatory offender for the second time in five years. 

According to a Dakota County criminal complaint, St. Paul police learned Aug. 6 that Pablo Antonio Caban was living in St. Paul despite registering at an Inver Grove Heights residence after a prior sexual offense.

The complaint states Caban was apprehended without incident outside the St. Paul home and that he admitted to staying at the residence.

According to the complaint, the St. Paul address is not listed as a secondary address in Caban’s predatory offender registration packet. Police also found that Caban's emergency contact, employment, school, secondary address and vehicle information were all incorrect.

Caban was first convicted of failing to register as a predatory offender in 2007. 

Caban is scheduled to appear at an omnibus hearing on Sept. 4. If convicted of the charge against him—and because it is his second violation—Caban faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. 

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