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Archive for Sunday, September 18, 2011

Unregistered sex offenders who left Kansas

September 18, 2011

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Examples of two local sex offenders who could not be located

Anthony Joseph Jake's Kansas Registered Offender picture from 2008. 

Jake, 31, was convicted of aggravated sexual battery in Douglas County in 2004, after breaking into a Lawrence woman’s apartment and sexually assaulting her while she was sleeping. Jake spent four years in prison and was released in 2008. On the Kansas registry, the most recent address — from 2008 — for Jake is a post office box in New Mexico. Jake, however, is not listed on the New Mexico sex offender registry. Jake is required to register until 2014.

Anthony Joseph Jake's Kansas Registered Offender picture from 2008. Jake, 31, was convicted of aggravated sexual battery in Douglas County in 2004, after breaking into a Lawrence woman’s apartment and sexually assaulting her while she was sleeping. Jake spent four years in prison and was released in 2008. On the Kansas registry, the most recent address — from 2008 — for Jake is a post office box in New Mexico. Jake, however, is not listed on the New Mexico sex offender registry. Jake is required to register until 2014.

Curtis Eugene Mongold's Kansas Registered Offender picture form 2010.

Mongold, 49, was convicted of attempted aggravated indecent liberties with a child in Douglas County in 2001 after sexually assaulting a Lawrence girl. Mongold spent four years in prison and was released in 2005. He notified Kansas authorities earlier this year that he was moving to California, though he is not registered on that state’s offender registry. Mongold is required to register for life.

Curtis Eugene Mongold's Kansas Registered Offender picture form 2010. Mongold, 49, was convicted of attempted aggravated indecent liberties with a child in Douglas County in 2001 after sexually assaulting a Lawrence girl. Mongold spent four years in prison and was released in 2005. He notified Kansas authorities earlier this year that he was moving to California, though he is not registered on that state’s offender registry. Mongold is required to register for life.

Comments

tbaker 2 years, 7 months ago

Sex Offender registration barely works under ideal conditions. Castration works 100% of the time.

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50YearResident 2 years, 7 months ago

The bigger problem: How many sex offenders have moved "into Kansas" without registering? That one can not be answered. We don't have to worry about the ones that left for greener pastures. It's now somebody else's problem, isn't it?

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been_there 2 years, 7 months ago

Jake was only required to register for 10 yrs? Seems kind of short for the crime.

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