Sex offender released to halfway house

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Gazette Staff
Thursday, October 25, 2007
— A convicted sex offender was released from prison Tuesday to a halfway house between Janesville and Beloit.

Corey L. Standfield, 29, will be released to Rock Valley Community Programs, 203 W. Sunny Lane, the Rock County Sheriff’s Department reported.

Standfield was convicted in 1998 of attempted first-degree sexual assault of a 9-year-old girl. He threatened the girl and two boys accompanying her with a knife, according to the department’s press release.

Among conditions of Standfield’s release are no contact with minors or victims.

He is barred from taverns, bars and liquor stores. He must not drink alcohol or use drugs, must comply with sex offender rules, cooperate with electronic monitoring, have regular face-to-face contact with law enforcement and comply with all requirements of the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registration Program.

Last updated: 1:01 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

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