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Sex offender living in the city

The Jamestown Police Department said a high-risk sex offender has moved to Jamestown. Brandon Scott Schafer, 25, lives at 517 4th St. NW. He is described as a white male, 6 feet tall, weighing 140 pounds with hazel eyes and brown hair. He does no...

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Brandon Schafer
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The Jamestown Police Department said a high-risk sex offender has moved to Jamestown.
Brandon Scott Schafer, 25, lives at 517 4th St. NW. He is described as a white male, 6 feet tall, weighing 140 pounds with hazel eyes and brown hair.
He does not have a vehicle.
Schafer has been assigned a high-risk assessment by the North Dakota risk level committee, Office of the Attorney General.
Schafer was convicted of gross sexual imposition and luring minor by computer in 2012 in Ransom County Court. Authorities said he had sexually explicit conversations on Facebook with two girls ages 13 and 14 and met with and had sex with the 13-year-old. He was sentenced to 366 days with 282 days suspended and placed on five years supervised probation.
Schafer is currently on probation with North Dakota Parole and Probation. He is not wanted by police and has served his sentence.
This notification is meant for public safety and not to increase fear in the community, nor should this information be used to threaten, assault or intimidate Schafer. Attempts to harass, intimidate or threaten offenders or their families, landlords or employers will be turned over for prosecution. Printed handouts of the demographics of Schafer are available at the Jamestown Police Department.

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