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Convicted sex offender moving into Phillips neighborhoodSubmitted: 02/13/2013
Story By WJFW News Team


PHILLIPS - A convicted sex offender will be the new neighbor for people in Phillips.

57-year-old James Boomgard was released from custody in mid-January.

As of Monday, Boomgard moved in to a home on County Road F just northwest of Phillips.

In 2010, he was convicted in Price County of sexually assaulting a child.

To see convicted sex offenders living in your neighborhood, use Wisconsin's Sex Offender Registry online.



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