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Charges dismissed against pee wee football coach accused of violating sexual offender registration laws

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A pee wee football coach was arrested after police were informed that he was listed on the Texas Sex Offender Registry and that he lived right across the street from a local middle school.

According to authorities, they received a tip on Wednesday from a parent of one of Mykal Madison's players stating he was a registered sex offender. That individual went on to say that Madison was living on Kerr Avenue directly across the street from Hamilton Middle School.

Police said they spoke to Madison who confirmed his address. They also discovered that he did not have the correct registration on his license.

Madison was arrested and charged with sexual offender registration and tracking.

On Thursday, the Shelby County District Attorney's Office said they dismissed the charges after learning he is not required to register anymore. They said he was a juvenile sex offender from Texas who came off the registry five years ago.

A search of the Texas Sex Offender Registry still pulls up his information. He is not listed on the Tennessee Sex Offender Registry.

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