Sex offender who cut ankle monitor turns self in

George D. McIntosh, Jr., a level-three predatory sex offender who cut his ankle GPS monitor in Faribault and disappeared Monday, turned himself in at the Le Sueur County jail early Thursday morning, Fox 9 reports. Officials had issued a warrant for the arrest. He was released from prison under supervision on Aug. 30 after serving time for two third-degree criminal sexual conduct convictions, and he had been staying with his parents in Waterville.
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George D. McIntosh, Jr., a level-three predatory sex offender who removed his ankle GPS monitor in Faribault and disappeared Monday, turned himself in at the Le Sueur County jail early Thursday morning, Fox 9 reports.

Officials had issued a warrant for the arrest. He was released from prison under supervision on Aug. 30 after serving time for two third-degree criminal sexual conduct convictions.

He had been staying with his parents in Waterville, Fox 9 says.

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