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Sex offenders living in Jamestown

Geoffrey Lynch1 / 2
Kyle Greenough2 / 2

A high-risk convicted sex offender is living in Jamestown and another has moved in the city, according to the Jamestown Police Department.

Geoffrey Owen Lynch, 42, resides at 517 4th St. NW. He drives a black 1985 Chevrolet half-ton pickup with North Dakota license JES357.

Lynch is described as a white male, 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing 205 pounds, with green eyes and brown hair.

Lynch was assigned a high-risk assessment by the North Dakota risk level committee, Office of the Attorney General. He is on GPS monitoring and on probation with North Dakota Probation and Parole.

Lynch was convicted of sexual imposition in 2016 in McLean County District Court in North Dakota. Authorities said he inappropriately touched a woman even though she repeatedly told him no and to stop. He received three years 18 months suspended with seven days credit for time served and three years supervised probation.

Lynch was also convicted of gross sexual imposition in 2001 in Rolette County District Court. Authorities said he provided alcohol to three minors and had intercourse with a 15-year-old girl while she was sleeping.

Kyle Greenough, 20, resides at 102 4th Ave. SW. He does not drive a vehicle.

Greenough is described as a white male, 5 feet 6 inches tall, weighing 169 pounds, with blue eyes and blond hair.

Greenough was assigned a high-risk assessment by the North Dakota risk level committee, Office of the Attorney General. He is on GPS monitoring and on probation with North Dakota Probation and Parole.

Greenough was convicted of gross sexual imposition in 2015 in Dunn County District Court and in 2012 in Dunn County Juvenile Court.

Lynch and Greenough are not wanted by police and have served the sentences imposed by the court. Printed handouts of their demographics are available at the Jamestown Police Department.

More information on registered offenders is available at www.sexoffender.nd.gov.

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