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Deputies: Sex offenders lived too close to school, daycare

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Ermalynda Nelson (Source: Haywood Co. Sheriff's Office) Ermalynda Nelson (Source: Haywood Co. Sheriff's Office)
Dennis Goodman (Source: Haywood Co. Sheriff's Office) Dennis Goodman (Source: Haywood Co. Sheriff's Office)
WAYNESVILLE, NC (FOX Carolina) -

Two registered sex offenders have been arrested for living too close to a daycare or school in Henderson County. 

Ermalynda Tarin McBroom Nelson, 39, and Dennis Goodman, 53, were both arrested on Tuesday because deputies said they were living within 1,000 feet of a daycare or school, in violation of their residence restrictions, according to warrants provided by the sheriff's office.

Deputy Heidi Warren said the two were arrested for completely unrelated incidents.

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