WASHBURN COUNTY (DrydenWire) — Convicted sex offender, Charles Rowcliffe, has been released in the Stone Lake, WI area and is homeless, according to a Sex Offender Release Bulletin from the Washburn County Sheriff’s Office.
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Sex Offender Release Bulletin
Washburn County Sheriff’s Department is reporting to the public that Charles Rowcliffe is a convicted sex offender who has been identified by professionals within the Department of Corrections as a person who may present a risk to re-offend. A decision to notify the Washburn County Community of Rowcliffe’s whereabouts has been made by members of a core team that review Special Sex Offender Bulletin Notifications forwarded by the Department of Corrections.
Rowcliffe remains under the close supervision of local Probation Agents. Rowcliffe is also required to follow specific and detailed rules prescribed by DOC including no unsupervised contact with minors, no contact with victims, no alcohol, no illegal narcotics, not entering liquor establishments, cooperate with electronic monitoring, and a lifetime registration with the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registration Program.
Rowcliffe is currently homeless near Stone Lake in a rural area. Rowcliffe will also be on GPS monitoring through the Department of Corrections.
- Charles Rowcliffe
- DOB: 02/06/1963
- Age: 57
- Height: 5’11
- Weight: 248 lbs
- White / Male
- Eyes: Blue
- Hair: Brown