Police issue notice of sex offender's release to SuperiorThe Superior Police Department has issued a level III notification a sex offender is scheduled for release from prison at the end of the month.
The Superior Police Department has issued a level III notification a sex offender is scheduled for release from prison at the end of the month.
Robert Dale Flaig, 40, is going to live in Superior when he’s released July 31.
Flaig was convicted of two counts of repeated sexual assault of a child in March 2006.
According to Douglas County court records:
Flaig is accused of years of abuse of two relatives. He was arrested Aug. 9, 2005, after the girls told a Superior police officer about the abuse, which included intercourse with both girls. The older victim, who as 16 at the time of Flaig’s arrest, said the abuse began when she was 12. The younger victim, then 14, told police she was 6 when the molestation started and 9 the first time Flaig had intercourse with her.
Flaig, who is described as 6-foot-2, weighing about 240 pounds, with brown hair and eyes, claimed he was a victim of sexual assault as a child, and admitted to police that he had “fondled” the girls but denied having intercourse with either of them.
He will reside at 1620 N. 16th St. in Superior for about two weeks after his release
Superior Police Capt. Matthew Markon said the police department plans to hold a community meeting once Flaig has a more permanent address.