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Sex offender changes address in Jamestown

A high-risk convicted sex offender has changed his address in Jamestown, according to the Jamestown Police Department.Jamal Joel Anderson, 35, is residing at 915 4th Ave. NE. He does not drive a vehicle. Anderson is described as a black male, 5 f...

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Jamal Joel Anderson
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A high-risk convicted sex offender has changed his address in Jamestown, according to the Jamestown Police Department.
Jamal Joel Anderson, 35, is residing at 915 4th Ave. NE. He does not drive a vehicle. 
Anderson is described as a black male, 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 160 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
Anderson was assigned a high-risk assessment by the North Dakota risk level committee, Office of the Attorney General. He is on GPS monitoring and is currently on probation with North Dakota Parole and Probation.
Anderson was convicted of sexual assault and aggravated assault in 1999 in Southeast District Court in Jamestown. He received 30 days for the sexual assault charge and five years with five years suspended and supervised probation for the aggravated assault charge. He was also convicted of corrupt/solicitation of a minor in 2001 in Southeast District Court. He received one year and six years of supervised probation.
Anderson is not wanted by police at this time and is serving the sentence imposed by the court. Printed handouts of Anderson’s photo and demographics are available at the Jamestown Police Department.
More information on registered offenders is available on the attorney general’s website at www.sexoffender.nd.gov .

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