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High risk sex offender moves to north Grand Forks

The Grand Forks Police Department notified residents Tuesday that a high risk, level three sex offender, Michael McGee, recently was released from the North Dakota State Penitentiary and will be residing at 18 1/2 N. Washington St. in Grand Forks.

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The Grand Forks Police Department notified residents Tuesday that a high risk, level three sex offender, Michael McGee, recently was released from the North Dakota State Penitentiary and will be residing at 18 ½ N. Washington St. in Grand Forks.

McGee was convicted of aggravated sexual assault in 2003 and, as a result, has a lifetime registration requirement in North Dakota.

There are 99 registered offenders within the City of Grand Forks, of which nine are a high-level risk. The rest are classified as moderate, low risk, or have not been assigned a level.

Visit www.sexoffender.nd.gov for a list of all registered offenders in North Dakota.

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