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Rushmore man accused of violating predatory offender registration requirements faces criminal charges

WORTHINGTON -- An area man required to register as a predatory offender faces criminal charges after allegedly failing to update his home address and place of employment.

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WORTHINGTON - An area man required to register as a predatory offender faces criminal charges after allegedly failing to update his home address and place of employment.

Glenn M. Sweeter, 26, has been charged with two counts of knowingly violating his predatory offender registration requirements. The felony-level charges are punishable up to five years imprisonment, a $10,000 fine or both.

According to the criminal complaint, a Nobles County investigator learned that Sweeter may have failed to inform his probation agent within five days of changing his address from the Rushmore residence on file.

As a result of the investigation, Sweeter had obtained new employment at a Sibley, Iowa convenience store and received paychecks at a Sibley residence from October 2017 until February 2018, when he was released from employment.

A Rushmore residence was the listed address on the criminal complaint filed June 22 in Nobles County District Court.

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His first appearance in Nobles County District Court is scheduled for July 10.  

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