Morrison County Sheriff’s Office
August 1, 2022
Morrison County Sheriff's Office
NOTIFICATION OF RELOCATION IN MINNESOTA
In addition to level two notification, law enforcement may notify other members of the community whom the registrant is likely to encounter.
The Morrison County Sheriff's Office is available to provide you with useful information on personal safety. The Morrison County Sheriff's Office may be reached at 320-632-9233. To report criminal activity by this registrant or any other individual, please call 911.
Registration Statute(s): 609.344
Investigating Agency: Wright County Sheriff's Office
Supervision Agent: Jerome Shear 651-361-7625
Offense: Travis Ahles engaged in sexual contact with a known female teenager. Contact included penetration.
Address: Vicinity of 160th Avenue and Iris Road, rural Little Falls, MN 56345
Date of Address Change: 07/31/2022
The Morrison County Sheriff's Office is releasing this information pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 244.052 and 253D. These statutes authorizes law enforcement agencies to inform the public of a public registrant's release from prison or a secure treatment facility when the Morrison County Sheriff's Office believes that the release of information will enhance public safety and protection.
The individual who appears on this notification has been convicted of Criminal Sexual Conduct or another offense that requires registration with law enforcement pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 243.166 or 243.167.
This individual has served the sentence imposed on them by the court and is transitioning into the community. This notification is not intended to increase fear but rather raise awareness. Law enforcement believes that an informed public is a safer public.
The Morrison County Sheriff's Office may not direct where this individual does or does not reside, nor can this agency direct where he/she works or goes to school. Questions can be directed to Sergeant Jeremy Luberts at 320-632-9233.
Those convicted of sexual or predatory offenses have always been released to live in our communities. It was not until the passage of the Registration Act that law enforcement had an ability to track movement of these individuals after their initial release. With the passage of the Community Notification Act law enforcement may now share information about many of these individuals with the public. Abuse of this information to threaten, harass or intimidate a registered individual is unacceptable and such acts could be charged as a crime. Such abuses could potentially end the ability of law enforcement to provide these notifications.