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Fugitive Arizona sex offender gets 45 days for sex offender registry violations here

This news story was published on October 27, 2011.
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MASON CITY – A man who originally would not identify himself the Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s deputies after his arrest for criminal trespass as reported on October 3rd was sentenced by Judge Carlynn Grupp following a negotiated voluntary plea to an additional charge of violation of Iowa sex offender registry.

On Monday, October 24th, Judge Carlynn Grupp sentenced Tommy Kuehl to 45 days in jail for the violation of the sex offender registry and suspended the minimum $625 dollar fine on the condition of no new criminal convictions within one year.

Tommy Kuehl still has entered a not guilty plea to the original charge of criminal trespass and a trial date in has been set for February 7th.

Tommy Kuehl is considered “Risk Level: 2 Intermediate” in Arizona after he entered no contest pleas to two counts of sexual conduct with a minor in Maricopa County, Arizona in 1991. Court records show he was jailed for 6 months on a previous probation violation, and another four months on a 2nd probation violation. He served his jail time in the controversial Maricopa County’s “tent city” jail on both occasions.

Arizona has two current warrants on Kuehl for violation of sex offender registry and violation of probation. Arizona has a no bond hold on Tommy Kuehl and is seeking extradition.

Tommy Kuehl

Tommy Kuehl

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