Sex offender released into Janesville neighborhood

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Gazette Staff
Friday, February 1, 2008
— Sex offender Corey Standfield, 30, soon will be released from the Rock Valley Community Programs halfway house between Beloit and Janesville and move into the first block of South Academy Street in Janesville, according to Janesville police.

Officers will notify residents of the immediate area of Standfield’s new home. Police did not indicate precisely when Standfield would move.

Standfield’s criminal history dates to 1998, when he was convicted of first-degree sexual assault of a child—a 9-year-old girl. After the assault, Standfield threatened the child and her friends with a knife.

Standfield is white, 6 feet 3 inches tall, 170 pounds, brown hair, hazel eyes and might wear glasses.

He will be supervised by the state Department of Corrections until July 2010 with these restrictions:

-- No contact with minors,

-- No consumption of alcohol or illegal drugs

-- Must stay out of taverns and liquor stores

-- Must not be in parks, schools or day care centers

In addition, Standfield will be subjected to electronic and GPS monitoring and will receive random and unannounced visits from corrections’ officials. He is allowed to leave his residence only while looking for employment.

Current sex-offender information is available at http://offender.doc.wi.us/public.

Last updated: 5:50 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

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