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Police provide change of address for high-risk sex offender

FARGO-The Fargo Police Department is notifying the public about a change of address for a high-risk sex offender.According to the department's Facebook page:Daniel Fike Grinder, 31, is living at 734 College St. N., in Fargo.Grinder has been asses...

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Daniel Fike Grinder

FARGO-The Fargo Police Department is notifying the public about a change of address for a high-risk sex offender.

According to the department's Facebook page:

Daniel Fike Grinder, 31, is living at 734 College St. N., in Fargo.

Grinder has been assessed as a high-risk offender by the North Dakota Risk Assessment Committee.

Grinder was convicted in 2007 in Cass County District Court of gross sexual imposition involving victims who were female acquaintances under the age of 15.

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