Wilton resident arrested for sex offender registry violations
A registered sex offender who lives on Fairfax Avenue in Wilton was arrested by police after he failed to properly return address verification forms to the Connecticut State Police in October 2013 and February 2014.
David Mills, 59, was arrested on a Wilton Police Department warrant after state police told them he had not properly returned a sex offender address verification form to their office twice in six months.
Mr. Mills is on the Connecticut sexual offender registry because he was convicted of second-degree rape in New York in 2012.
According to Connecticut sex offender registration statutes, sex offenders receive an address verification card from the state police every 90 days. After receipt, they are required to return the card within 10 days.
Last October and last month, Mr. Mills failed to return the card within the specified time, resulting in an arrest for sexual offender registration violations.
Lt. Don Wakeman said Tuesday in both instances Mr. Mills had returned the card late.
Limited data available on Mr. Mills’s conviction from New York says he was convicted of sexual assault for a crime that involved “sexual intercourse,” use of pornography, and use of a computer.
After his conviction in 2012, he was ordered to serve 10 years’ probation.
Mr. Mills is not connected to the Mills & Mills insurance company on Old Ridgefield Road, Lt. Wakeman said by email.
Mr. Mills was due in court on Monday, March 10, where he was released on $500 bond. He is charged with two counts of failing to register as a sex offender.