A registered sex offender was arrested Wednesday after he was allegedly caught playing “Pokemon Go” with a 16-year-old boy outside the Hancock County Courthouse in Greenfield, Indiana, which violated the terms of his probation.
Randy Zuick, 42, was allegedly caught by a probation officer playing the game with the teen near the county courthouse, which is among dozens of places in Greenfield that have been highlighted by the popular smart phone game, police told KTLA sister station WXIN in Indianapolis.
Playing with the teen violated the terms of a plea agreement Zuick agreed to three months ago in a child molestation case.
He pleaded guilty to a Level 4 felony charge of child molesting for fondling a child under 14 and remains on sex-offender probation, which prohibits him from interacting with children, according to court records.
Zuick is expected to appear Thursday before a judge, who could revoke his probation and send him to jail, the station reported.
The incident is the latest in a string that has prompted concerns about the safety of the wildly popular “Pokemon Go” app.