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Rep. Gruszynski on Release of Violent Sex Offender in Green Bay PDF Print E-mail
Written by Assembly Democrats, Ryan Neigbauer   
Tuesday, 03 March 2020 17:10

sexual-assault-childGREEN BAY, WI - A court order by a Milwaukee judge has placed Bruce Brown, age 65, who was convicted of multiple sexual assaults involving children and adults dating back to the 1970s, in supervised release at a home on the 900 block of Liberty Street in Green Bay on March 4. A number of local residents and Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith have been outraged by the placement of a sex offender from outside the community.

staush-gruszynskiState Representative Staush Gruszynski released the following statement on the issue:

"During the 2019-2020 legislative session, I voted to give counties more flexibility around the placement rules for violent sex offenders and add more citizen voices to the County placement board. Green Bay should not be having to use resources to receive and monitor those who have committed violent sex crimes in other counties. I back Chief Smith in his call for a change to Wisconsin sex offender placement laws."

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