It is quite common for parolees (and probationers) to stop reporting to the parole officer (or probation officer). The person may get a new job outside the geographic limits of his release or the job may involve work outside this limit, but the person does not want to lose the work, so he says nothing. Other times, the person just loses hope in the future and stops reporting. What criminal liability can one have for harboring a parolee? Read the following short case summary to find out.