North dakota attorney general sex offender website
Generally, sex offenders are prohibited from being on or in school property.
There are 108 people who live, work or attend school in Grand Forks and have been given a low, medium or high risk assessment.
Eight of those offenders are considered high risk offenders, meaning they are statistically the most likely to commit another sexual offense.
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In Minnesota's Clay County, he was convicted for two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct in 1997, according to the North Dakota Attorney General's sex offender website.
In Monday's statement, Grand Forks police said officers track and verify people who have been convicted of sex offenses, offenses against children or have been determined as "sexually dangerous individuals."Hernandez's home address is near Central High School.
State law does not prevent sex offenders from living near schools, parks or daycare facilities unless prohibited by probation.
You can email him at [email protected] POLICE DEPARTMENT – HIGH RISK OFFENDER NOTIFICATION Name: David Johnson DOB: 09/28/1977 Address: 1302 5th Ave #302 (Cando Villa Apts) Employment: Noodles by Leonardo A/I Ht: 5‐07 Wt: 220 lbs Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown Criminal History: Johnson was convicted in 1996 for Sexual Assault – Johnson was having intercourse with a 17 YOA girl and would not stop when she found out he was not wearing a condom and resisted Johnson was convicted in 1999 for Gross Sexual Imposition – Johnson fondled three young girls on several occasions when they were visiting at his home.
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