Sheriff’s Department gives notice of sex offender release

John Butterbrodt

John Butterbrodt

The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department is making notification of the release of convicted sex offender John A. Butterbrodt into Western Kenosha County.

Butterbrodt was convicted of  first degree sexual assault of a child. He was placed in the community last week, after having been released from prison earlier this month. He will be residing within a half-mile radius of Highways W and FR. He is on the short range electronic monitoring system.

Butterbrodt has been ordered to have no unsupervised contact with minors, no taverns, bars or liquor stores. He is to have no contact with his victim and is not to consume alcohol or drugs.

Butterbrodt is not wanted by the Sheriff’s Department at this time.

“This notification is not intended to alarm the community, but rather it is our belief that an informed community is a safer community,” the Sheriff’s Department bulletin says.

More information is available here and here.


One Comment

  1. valentine says:

    how often is the short range monitoring system
    once a day? constantly? 24/7? once a week?
    What action is taken if the montioring activity returns a PROBLEM?
    WHO initiates the action?
    what notice is given to the population/
    what are the results of monitoring of all the offenders in the Salem Area?
    HOW many other offenders are living in the same place that this individual is in?
    Is it the responsibility of the bar tenders to know this man’s face to keep from seving him?
    What shhould a bartend do if an offender with the no-alcohol requrement arrives at his counter for a drink?

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