Police warn of sex offenderThe Jamestown Police Department warned of a high-risk sex offender living in transitional living residences at the North Dakota State Hospital in press releases sent out Friday.
By: By Sun Staff, The Jamestown Sun
The Jamestown Police Department warned of a high-risk sex offender living in transitional living residences at the North Dakota State Hospital in press releases sent out Friday.
Police said Lance Garrett Weber, 37, is living at 2308 Circle Drive. He is described as an American Indian male who weighs 143 pounds and is 5 feet, 10 inches tall. He has brown eyes and brown hair.
Weber was convicted on Feb. 14, 2003, in Ward County District Court of gross sexual imposition. He was accused of having anal sex and intercourse with a 20-year-old woman who had passed out. He was sentenced to five years disposition with two years suspended.
Weber had also been convicted on July 17, 1995 in Snohomish County District Court, Wash., of second degree rape of a child. When Weber was 17, he fondled and had oral sex with a 12-year-old neighbor boy. He was sentenced to 30 days disposition and 24 months probation.
Weber is on probation with North Dakota Parole and Probation, police said.
He is not wanted by police at this time and has served the sentences imposed by the courts.
Police said this notification is meant for public safety and not to increase fear in the community, nor should it be used to threaten, assault or intimidate the offender. Attempts to harass, intimidate or threaten the offender or his family, landlord or employer will be turned over for prosecution.
Printed handouts with Weber’s demographics are available at the Jamestown Police Department.