Britain’s High Court on Thursday blocked a U.S. government bid to extradite a sex criminal to Minnesota, saying the state’s restrictive treatment program for sex offenders was far too draconian.
The St. Cloud Police Department and the Minnesota Department of Corrections alerted the public that a registered level 3 sex offender was going to be moving into the St. Cloud area.
The executive director of the Minnesota Sex Offender Program is retiring.
He worked for a company known for setting up bouncy houses at birthday parties and graduations. But tonight, Greg Sissala sits behind bars.
This week, a high-risk sex offender is expected to be released to a halfway house in Golden Valley.
A predatory offender is moving to the area — that’s the headline that motivated more than 200 Golden Valley residents to show up Monday night to voice their concerns at a community meeting.
Authorities are notifying residents of a Golden Valley neighborhood that a predatory offender is moving to the area.
The countdown has begun as to when the first patient from the Minnesota Sex Offender program to be released to a halfway house.
The Minnesota Senate has sent Gov. Mark Dayton a bill to close a loophole in state sex offender law in response to the upcoming release of a convicted child molester into a halfway house.
State lawmakers plan to hold a special meeting Monday to try to close a loophole in the sex offender notification law. Republican leaders are hoping to pass a bill allowing the public to be notified before Clarence Opheim is released from a state hospital in St. Peter sometime next week.
A man who has been labeled as a predatory sex offender — and locked up in the state hospital in St. Peter — is about to be released.
A House committee is holding a hearing to examine the provisional discharge of a man who spent nearly 19 years in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program.
Sixty-four-year-old Clarence Opheim is scheduled to be the first person ever released from the Minnesota Sex Offender Program, but there are still concerns from lawmakers about whether it’s safe.
A St. Paul man convicted of raping and assaulting a child, once again faces charges. His neighbors were never alerted of his past because he isn’t on the sex offender registry.
A 54-year-old youth ministry director from Cambridge, Minn., was sentenced Friday to 36 months in prison for sexually assaulting a ministry member.