Pokémon Go with teen has sex offender back in jail

We know you've seen countless stories about the Pokemon Go game, but probably nothing like this.

FOX 59 in Indiana is reporting a registered sex offender was arrested for playing the game with children outside a courthouse.

The popular mobile game has established the Hancock County Courthouse, east of Indianapolis, as a site that draws players in.

That's where police say Wednesday, a probation officer spotted Randy Zuick, 41, playing the game with a 16-year-old boy.

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That violated the terms of a plea agreement Zuick agreed to in a child molestation case, just three months ago. Court records show 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.

The Hancock County Sheriff's Department reports Zuick is in jail for violation of probation. He should soon be facing a judge, who could revoke his probation and send him back to jail.

This incident is one of many drawing concerns about the safety of the hyped Pokemon Go app.