Amy Schmalbach thought she recognized the census worker who came to her home in New Jersey. Then, towards the interview, she realized she'd seen him on the Internet while perusing the state's registry for sex offenders. She notified the police, who arrested the man the next day. The man had reportedly used a false name to get a job with the Census Bureau.
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