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Rusk County (Press Release) - Ladysmith Police Chief Allen Lobermeier and Rusk County
Sheriff David Kaminski announce the potential release of Christopher L.
Alexander on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 from the custody of the Department of
Alexander is a convicted
sex offender who has been identified by professionals within the Department of
Corrections (DOC) as a person who may present a risk to re-offend. Alexander was convicted in July, 2002 and
August, 2010 of 2nd Degree Sexual Assault of a Child and Felony Bail Jumping in
Rusk County. According to state law, sex
offenders being released from the custody of DOC must return to the community
where the offense conviction occurred.
A formal DOC determination has been made to release
Offender on October 23, 2012. The
decision to notify the Ladysmith Community of the potential release has been
made by Chief Lobermeier and other members of the Rusk County Core Team, a
committee that is responsible for reviewing all Special Sex Offender Bulletin
Notifications forwarded by the Department of Corrections. Members of the Rusk County Core Team consist
of members of local Law Enforcement, the District Attorney's Office, Crime
Victim Service Office, the Department of Corrections, local Probation Agents,
School Board Representatives, and a Health and Human Services Representative.
Alexander will remain under the close supervision of
local Probation Agents, including being restricted geographically by electronic
monitoring equipment. Alexander will
also be required to follow specific and detailed rules prescribed by DOC
including no alcohol, no illegal narcotics, not entering liquor establishments,
no contact with unsupervised minors, and a lifetime registration with the
Wisconsin Sex Offender Registration Program.
At the present time, Alexander will be residing at 402
West Fritz Avenue in Ladysmith.
According to Chief Lobermeier, officers from the Ladysmith Police
Department will be going door-to-door this week to formally notify potential
neighbors of Alexander's presence in the neighborhood. Additional brochures are available at the
Ladysmith Police Department or the Rusk County Sheriff's Office at 311 Miner
Avenue East, Ladysmith, WI 54848.
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