Police say Akers is homeless.
She says he's made bad choices, but he's not dangerous. He is a former resident of Hanover County and is currently homeless, but believed to still be in Hanover County or the Metro Richmond area. It is believed that Akers may be armed, so caution should be taken if he is encountered.
Chris Whitley with the Hanover Sheriffs office. He was sentenced to four years in prison. Anyone with information regarding Akers' whereabouts is encouraged to contact the Hanover County Sheriff's Office at or the Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers at Both Crime Stoppers methods are anonymous.
Jason L. Akers, 26, is wanted by the Sheriff's Office for one misdemeanor count of contempt of court and by the Virginia State Police for two felony counts of failing to comply with sex offender registry requirements. His grandmother confirmed that he lived at the home, but she says the last time she heard from her grandson was about a month ago.
But NBC12 stopped by his last known address, his grandparent's house in Mechanicsville. All rights reserved. According to court documents, the victim was under 13 years old.
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Deputies say sex offender is armed and dangerous. But police aren't taking any chances.
Akers was convicted of forcible sodomy and rape of a minor in Henrico in Januaryaccording to the Virginia Sex Offender registry. He last registered on May 8 of this year. Akers is a white male, 5'10", pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes.