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Sleepy Eye to host sex offender meeting March 20

March 5, 2014

SLEEPY EYE — Police released public meeting information Tuesday about a 35-year-old, Risk Level 3 Sex Offender who moved to the 500 block of Remmele St. on Feb. 26....

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newulm67

Mar-07-14 11:06 PM

Welcome to Sleepy Eye !

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GrandmaD

Mar-07-14 12:34 PM

I agree, GopherState. Level 3 sex offenders are considered high risk predators who will most likely offend, again, more than once. So, if they relocate next to people with children, the parents of the children will never feel that their children are safe in their own neighborhood. The children will never be safe.

The predators are protected from being harassed by anyone (considered a crime to do so - a fact). Never mind that the predators are still sick, ready to prey on innocent children. I know it costs tax payers money to keep them in prison, but they shouldn't be allowed around children, especially if they are Level 3, high risk predators.

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GopherState

Mar-07-14 7:04 AM

If a level three sex offender has served his sentence,then obviously his sentence wasn't long enough.

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Hippie

Mar-06-14 6:31 PM

Risk level 3 sex offender means they are very likely to do it again. So why take the risk of putting them in a city where there are kids the age he likes. To me you are just waiting for him to do it to some neighborhood kid. These people are sick and should not be let out to live where they have the opportunity to rape more kids. Put them way up north in the woods and build a fence around them and save room for the Catholic priest and the archbishop.

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GrandmaD

Mar-06-14 6:30 PM

I think meetings in regards to sex offenders moving in should be held before the offenders actually move in. I know the moves can't be stopped, but neighbors should have the right to know if their children are at risk, especially if the offenders have the potential to offend again.

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777777

Mar-05-14 8:16 AM

Sl.Eye's a small town, so he'll be known when he's out & about... This can't be your town's first?! There, unfortunately, are more there, w/various degrees of offenses. Why can't he be put in prison longer??

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