Duluth Police Issue Notice on Sex Offender Relocation

Updated: 03/13/2014 12:33 PM
Created: 03/13/2014 12:29 PM

The Duluth Police Department wants to notify the public about the relocation of level three predatory offender.

According to authorities, 37-year-old Amen Wind Toomey is currently living in the vicinity of 22nd Avenue West and 3rd Street.

They said Toomey has a history of sexual conduct and contact with female victims, ages 14 to adult, and that his conduct has included sexually explicit comments, fondling and penetration. He has been known and unknown to victims, according to authorities.

For more information, contact Duluth Police West Area Sgt. Chad Nagorski at 218-730-5656.

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