Larry, here at Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center, left the facility this past December on supervised release. He was confined for 19 years, most of them after he completed his criminal sentence for a sexual assault. He said he considers the commitment law “double jeopardy,” as offenders face a civil trial after they complete their criminal sentences. (Nora G. Hertel/Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism)
State freeing more sex offenders from mental lockup
A Douglas County jury Thursday found a Superior man who was released from the state’s Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center in 2010 guilty of three counts of incest and one count of sexual exploitation of a child.
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