Description: Black male, about 5'6" tall, approx. 170 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes.
History: Taylor is wanted by the San Diego Police Department for violating the conditions of his sex registration requirements; he's also wanted for a new sexual assault case. Taylor's conviction offense is assault with intent to commit rape.
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