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Moorhead police announce new addresses of 2 sex offenders

Both men are Level 3 offenders, meaning that authorities have deemed them as having a high risk of reoffending.

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Richard Folden, left, and Andre Tolefree.
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MOORHEAD — The Moorhead Police Department has notified the public of the new addresses of two registered sex offenders.

Andre Tolefree will reside in the vicinity of 32nd Street Circle South, and Richard Folden will live on the 500 block of Seventh Street South, police said.

Both men are Level 3 offenders, meaning authorities have deemed them as having a high risk of reoffending.

Tolefree, 45, is described as 5-foot-9 and 216 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair.

He "engaged in sexual contact against a known female teenager. Contact included penetration. Tolefree used force and a weapon to gain compliance. Tolefree gained access to victim online," according to a police fact sheet .

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Folden, 65, is described as 5-foot-7 and 278 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair.

He "has a history of engaging in sexual contact with known female children and teens. Contact included penetration. Folden used threats to gain compliance in one instance," according to a police fact sheet.

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