Predatory offender headed to prison after failing to report move from Austin

Published 11:06am Friday, September 13, 2013

ALBERT LEA — Freeborn County District Court Judge Ross Leuning sentenced a predatory offender to prison time Thursday for violating his registration requirements.

Allen Markus Freeman-Ingersoll, 26, of Northwood and formerly of Austin, was sentenced to 12 months and one day in prison for failing to update his address.

Police were alerted to Freeman-Ingersoll after Albert Lea Police Department detective Frank Kohl received a phone call from an anonymous informant stating that he had moved from Austin to Northwood, according to court documents.

He had reportedly been living in Austin and then was arrested. The last address he had registered was the Freeborn County jail more than 60 days before.

Though Freeman-Ingersoll was sentenced to 12 months and one day in prison, he will not have to spend any time in prison because he has already completed two-thirds of that time in the Freeborn County jail.

Leuning gave him credit for 273 days.

He was required to be transported to the St. Cloud prison and will then be released.

 


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