NU sex offender faces another charge

NEW ULM — A 30-year-old Level 3 predatory sex offender was charged with felony criminal sexual conduct in Brown County District Court Monday.

Paul A. Alonzo, on intensive supervised release, was arrested Saturday after a seven-year-old who knows him told her mother he touched her inappropriately and forced her to touch him, according to court documents.

Alonzo has two prior felony criminal sexual conduct convictions involving 13 to 15 year-old girls in Brown County.

Alonzo was convicted of third-degree criminal sexual conduct on March 14, 2010 and April 19, 2010. Felony charges of using minors in sexual performance/pornographic work were dismissed.

He was fined $2,155; sentenced to 180 days in jail, 36 months in prison, stayed for a 15-year conditional release after 10 years of confinement. Alonzo was placed on 15 years supervised probation with the Minnesota Department of Corrections Field Services until March 15, 2025.

In addition, he is required to register as a sex offender for life.

He moved to New Ulm in January 2019.


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