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Fargo police notify public of high-risk sex offender changing addresses

Raymond Terrance Reid was convicted in 2020 of possessing materials depicting sex conduct by a minor.

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Raymond Terrance Reid. Submitted photo.
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FARGO—The Fargo Police Department is notifying the public that a high-risk registered sex offender is changing addresses.

Raymond Terrance Reid changed his address from 734 College St. N. to 1122 Second Ave. S. #6. He was assessed as a high-risk offender following conviction in 2020 of possessing material depicting sex conduct by a 15-year-old girl.

Reid is a lifetime registrant as a sex offender.

Fargo police ask the public to report a sex offender's suspicious behavior and not take action. They also remind the public that harassment or other criminal behavior directed toward a registered sex offender can result in criminal action.

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