Grand Forks Sex Offender Registry | City of Grand Forks, ND
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Police say year-old Randall Adams is living in the block of 14th Street North. Adams was convicted of criminal sexual conduct for taking advantage of an unknown and vulnerable adult woman in Hubbard County in Emmons was convicted of gross sexual imposition in Stutsman County in
Vondal was not the first sex offender to live near a school. However, his case points out the problems of finding housing for people convicted of sex offenses. State Parole and Probation Officer Brian Weigel said Vondal's case shows how well the state's registration requirement works in tracking sex offenders. Strong registration laws that allow authorities to better track convicted sex offenders are more effective than laws restricting where offenders can live, Weigel said.