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High Risk Sex Offender Moves to Minot

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Yesterday, Mark Steven Imler updated his offender registration with the Minot Police Department, showing he moved to Minot from Burlington.

Imler is registered as a high-risk offender. He is required to perform a lifetime registration. He was convicted of two counts of molestation of a minor in Dekalb, Indiana, on June 10, 2004.

He moved from Burlington to his new location, at 3022 9th Ave SE #8.

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