A Brecknock Township sex offender will serve up to 14 years in prison for failing to comply with Megan’s Law.
Thomas Lee Weik, 35, didn’t tell police where he was living, as required, and supplied a disconnected phone number on multiple occasions last year. State police filed two separate sets of felony charges for failure to register.
In Lancaster County Court Thursday, Judge Joseph Madenspacher ordered a 7-to-14-year prison sentence.
That was the mandatory minimum sentence because Weik repeatedly failed to register, and is considered a high-level offender.
He was convicted in South Carolina in 2002 of sex of abuse of a child.
Lancaster County Assistant District Attorney Janie Swinehart prosecuted the case.
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