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Addresses change for 4 sex offenders

Fargo police have released new addresses for four sex offenders living in the area. Jeffrey Lynn Porter, a moderate-risk sex offender, has changed his address from 424 Broadway to the Wesley Center at 109 9th St. S., according to a news release i...

Fargo police have released new addresses for four sex offenders living in the area.

Jeffrey Lynn Porter, a moderate-risk sex offender, has changed his address from 424 Broadway to the Wesley Center at 109 9th St. S., according to a news release issued Wednesday.

He was convicted in 1997 of criminal sexual conduct in Faribault County, Minn., for actions involving a 15-year-old male acquaintance. He is required to register as a sex offender until Nov. 16, 2016, the release said.

Timothy Wayne Vance, a high-risk sex offender, is currently in the Cass County Jail. Vance was convicted of eight gross sexual imposition charges in 1995 for incidents involving an 8-year-old girl.

He was sentenced to 10 years in prison and released in August 2003. His probation was revoked in May 2004, and he was released in May 2005. He refused sex offender treatment and failed to accept responsibility for his crime while in prison, the release said.

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Edwin H. Erbentraut, Jr., a moderate-risk sex offender, has changed his address from 1412 1st Ave. S. to 810 12th Ave. N. He was charged in juvenile court on a charge of child enticement in Kenosha County, Wis., in 2002. The victim was a relative under the age of 15, the release said.

Courtney Robert Pfeifle, a moderate-risk sex offender, is being held in the Clay County Jail. He was living at 901 42nd St. S.

Pfeifle was convicted in 2001 of two counts of gross sexual imposition in Cass County and is required to register as a sex offender until August 31, 2013. His victims were female acquaintances under the age of 15, the release said.

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