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High Risk Sex Offender Moves to Fargo

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FARGO, N.D. – The Fargo Police Department is notifying the community that a high risk registered sex offender has moved to Fargo. Paul Dean Oie is residing at 1107 15th Avenue North.

Oie is 45 years old, 6', 185 pounds with blue eyes and gray hair.  He was assessed as a high risk offender by the North Dakota Sex Offender Risk Assessment Committee and is currently under the supervision of the North Dakota Department of Corrections Office of Parole and Probation. The following information describes Oie and his offenses: 

Oie was convicted of Gross Sexual Imposition in January 2005 in Cass County ND District Court.  He was also convicted of two counts of Gross Sexual Imposition in December of 2004 in Richland County ND District Court.  The female victims were a family member and an acquaintance both under the age of 15.  He is a lifetime registrant.

If you would like additional information about registered sex offenders in the city of Fargo, please visit our website at www.fargopolice.com. If you have other questions about Oie, contact Deputy Chief Pat Claus at 241-1414 or pclaus@cityoffargo.com .

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