According to an unconfirmed report he was recognized working in an area that catered to juveniles.
Worsham, 26, was first convicted of three counts of Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a Minor, all Felony Four offenses, on Feb. 12, 2009. The victim was 15 years old. Darke County Common Pleas Judge Jonathon Hein sentenced him to either seven months in prison or six months in the MonDay Program. He completed the program. Worsham was classified a Tier II sex offender. The Prosecuting Attorney was the late Richard M. Howell.
He was convicted of a Felony Two offense with a different victim, this one 13 years old, on Jan. 26, 2010. Darke County Prosecutor R. Kelly Ormsby noted this was Worsham’s second offense. Worsham was sentenced to three years in prison with 93 days credit for time served. He was classified as a Tier III sex offender.
Worsham’s defense attorney in both instances was Theodore O. Finnarn, Greenville.
According to the court order there was five years of mandatory supervision upon release. Worsham was released Oct. 10, 2012, and has as his address 1837 Snyder Road in Piqua.
Ormsby said since this is a parole violation, the case will be heard by the Adult Parole Authority. Worsham is currently in the Darke County Jail.