High-risk sex offender changes address in south Fargo

John Leroy Bussert is moving sides of his duplex at 2127 9th Ave. S. to 2125 9th Ave. S. in Fargo. Bussert is high-risk offender.

High-risk sex offender John Leroy Bussert, 30, is moving his address from 2127 9th Ave. S. to the other side of his duplex building to 2125 9th Ave. S.
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FARGO — John Leroy Bussert, a high-risk sex offender, is moving to a new part of his duplex building in Fargo. He was previously at 2127 9th Ave. S. and is moving into 2125 9th Ave. S. in Fargo.

In 2013, Bussert was convicted in Cass County District Court of Luring a Minor by Computer. The victim was a 13-year-old-female.

Bussert, 30, is a life time registrant. He is listed as 5-foot-10 with green eyes and brown hair, according to the Fargo Police Department.

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