(Juneau) A convicted sex offender will be residing in either the Dodge or Fond du Lac County areas. Dodge County Sheriff Dale Schmidt says his office as well as the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office were notified that John Nummerdor will be released from custody Wednesday. Nummerdor is currently reporting a homeless status.
Schmidt says the 51-year-old reportedly has family in the Reeseville-area but is prohibited from residing there due to an ordinance the village has on the books. The ordinance states that “it is unlawful for any designated offender to establish a permanent or temporary residence within one-thousand-feet of any school, day-care center, park, playground or place of worship.” Nummerdor will not be on active community supervision as he has completed his sentenced time with the state department of corrections but is required to comply with the Sex Offender Registry, including lifetime GPS monitoring.
In 1994, Nummerdor was found guilty due to a no contest plea of First Degree Sexual Assault of a Child in Fond du Lac County. Schmidt says citizen abuse of this information used to threaten, intimidate, or harass will not be tolerated. There are currently more than 25,000 sex offenders on the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry with over 235 living in Dodge County and 275 in Fond du Lac County alone.