A homeless convicted sex offender was arrested by Albuquerque police after failing to notify them that he moved out of the dumpster he listed as his address.
The Associated Press reports that Charles Mader is required by law to give the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department a physical address and violated his sex offender registration requirement when he failed to report that he moved out of the trash bin within 10 days.
Deputies caught up with Mader at a homeless shelter and arrested him.
Mader told an Albuquerque TV news reporter that he wasn't familiar with some of the registration rules but the sheriff's department told AP reporters that they've reminded Mader what the rules were on several occasions.
If Mader fails to register for a third time, he could face up to three years in jail.