Lexington County, SC Registered Sex Offenders
Lexington County, SC Registered Sex Offenders - 377 found
421 CLYDE STREET W COLA, SC 29170
522 LIBERTY STREET BATESBURG, SC 29006
1497 BUSBEE ROAD LOT F GASTON, SC 29053
329 ALBERT STREET BATESBURG, SC 29006
2091 SAMS ELBOW ROAD WEST COLUMBIA, SC 29170
3917 DELREE STREET WEST COLUMBIA, SC 29170
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940 GLENN STREET UNIT 906 WEST COLUMBIA, SC 29169
233 HEATHER RIDGE DRIVE GASTON, SC 29053
343 ANDREW CORLEY ROAD LEXINGTON, SC 29072
114 MCSWAIN DRIVE ROOM 206 WEST COLUMBIA, SC 29169
380 GRADY POND RD BATESBURG, SC 29006
409 Mustang Road Lexington, SC 29073
304 Lake Francis Drive W Columbia, SC 29170
115 Simmons Road Lot A Lexington, SC 29073
113 DUTCH CT LEXINGTON, SC 29073
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Lexington County, SC Sex Offender Registry Statistics
Welcome to the Homefacts directory for registered sex offenders! Homefacts is a free service to help locate registered sex offenders within Lexington County, SC.
A search for our database shows there are 377 registered sex offenders in Lexington County, SC. Lexington County, SC has a ratio of 13.94 offenders per 10,000 residents. This is lower than the national average of 14.08 offenders per 10,000 residents.
Of the 377 offenders in Lexington County, SC, 373 are viewable on the map, while 4 are not due to to the offenders being transient or their address being unmappable.