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Sex Offender Moves to Bayview Heights

Updated: 04/08/2014 10:07 PM
Created: 04/08/2014 10:05 PM WDIO.com

Duluth Police are notifying residents that a level three sex offender has moved to the Bayview Heights neighborhood.

Wesley Gordon Vandell is now living in the 700 block of Boundary Avenue.  He had previously been listed as homeless.

Police say Vandell has a history of sexual contact with victims age 13 to 16 and gained compliance by holding parties at his home.  Fact sheets on Vandell will be available online at www.doc.state.mn.us/level3/search.asp and at the Duluth Police Department.

Vandell has served his sentence and is not wanted by police.

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