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Golden Valley neighbors to learn more about sex offender moving to halfway house

Clarence Opheim will be the first patient released from Minnesota's sex offender program in more than a decade. Police say their public meeting is not meant to spread fear, but to educate the public about the terms of Opheim's release to a halfway house.

Civilly committed pedophile moving to Golden Valley

Clarence Opheim will be living in a halfway house once he's released from the secured sex offender treatment facility in St. Peter. The Golden Valley Police Department is holding a notification meeting March 5. The 64-year-old convicted sex offender has admitted to committing 100 sex crimes in the late 1980s.