Sex Offender Arrested Again for Failure to Register
In addition to being a convicted sex offender, I'm going to state that Matthew Paul LeDoux is not a fast learner. As proof of my theory, I submit the fact that he has been arrested on a second-offense failure to register and notify as a sex offender charge.
In case Ledoux didn't get the memo, law enforcement is pretty serious about sex offenders and does actually require them to register.
According to Deputy Chief Mark Kraus, Ledoux, 40, moved to Lake Charles on Dec. 9 but he didn't register with the Lake Charles Police Department's sex offender division. Detectives found Ledoux Wednesday at the shelter on Kirkman Street and arrested him. He was booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center on a $15,000 bond signed by Judge Robert Wyatt.
Ledoux was previously convicted in 2006 for failure to register/notify as a sex offender. He was convicted in 1997 for aggravated incest. Ledoux’s victim was his 3-year-old niece. He is a Louisiana Tier 3 sex offender, which requires him to register for life.
Either Ledoux is a guy who really likes to learn things the hard way or he wants to be locked up for life. Either way, I hope he gets his wish on the latter option. Obviously, he doesn't feel that having to register is very important after committing such a heinous crime. Let's hope he learns yet another lesson the hard way.