High risk sex offenders move to Walsh County
Two high-risk sex offenders have moved to Walsh County, according to a press release from the sheriff’s office.
Alan Daniel Sevigny, 58, moved to a Minto apartment and Larry Brian Rick, 50, moved to rural Brocket.
Sevigny was convicted in 2005 for repeatedly sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl in Pembina County. He spent five years behind bars for the charge and another eight years on probation. He recently moved to 522 Third St. in Minto.
Rick was convicted in 2018 for indecent exposure in Grand Forks County. According to the North Dakota sex offender registry, he exposed himself and masturbated in front of customers at a Starbucks Coffee shop. He is on probation for the crime.
Rick also spent time in jail for repeatedly peeping into the same apartment building in Grand Forks during 2006. He moved to 5551 115th Ave. N.E. in Brocket.
Both men are required to register as sex offenders for the remainder of their lives. They are classified as high-risk offenders, meaning they are considered the most likely to re-offend. There are 11 high level offenders living in Walsh County.