Police Department gives notice of sex offender release
The Pleasant Prairie Police Department is making notification of the release of convicted sex offender Albert Rutledge into the village.
Rutledge was to be be moved to a residence in the area of I-94 and Wilmot Road in Pleasant Prairie on March 8, 2011, after being released from prison on the same date.
His related offenses include Second Degree Sexual Assault of a Child (2006), Fourth Degree Sexual Assault – 2 counts (2002), Fourth Degree Sexual Assault (2002), Repeated Sexual Assault of the Same Child – 4 counts (2002), and Sexual Assault of a Child Under 16 (2001). The sexual assaults included force and a weapon. Rutledge has been convicted of assaulting teen and preteen females and a male between the ages of 10 and 13 who were both acquaintances and strangers.
Rutledge will be a lifetime registrant of the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registration Program and will be electronically monitored. Rutledge is to have no contact with his victims; he is to have no unsupervised contact with anyone under the age of 18; he is not allowed to visit taverns, bars or liquor stores and is not to consume alcohol or drugs. Rutledge is required to register face-to-face with local law enforcement and to comply with standard sex offender rules from his parole agent. If Rutledge violates his conditions he will be apprehended, and violations will be investigated immediately.
“This notification is not intended to increase fear; rather, it is our intention to inform the public of this offender’s release,” the Police Department bulletin says.
More information is available here.