Pocahontas Man Removed from Sex Offender Registry

posted by Scott Michels on Thursday, January 14, 2016

A Pocahontas man's application for modification from the sex offender registry has been granted.  His original conviction resulted in a 10-year registry requirement.  In 2009, when the registry laws were changed, his registry term was modified to require him to register for life.  The modification granted by the court removes him from the registry and its requirements.  
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Mr. Michels grew up in Osage, Iowa where he graduated from Osage High School in 2000. He then attended Upper Iowa University in Fayette, Iowa where he graduated, magna cum laude, in December 2003 with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Criminology and Psychology. At UIU, M ... read more