Dakota County charges sex offender who failed to registerJonathan Keezer’s day was bad when his car ended up in the ditch Dec. 10. It got worse when police showed up to help.
By: Nathan Hansen, The Farmington Independent
Jonathan Keezer’s day was bad when his car ended up in the ditch Dec. 10. It got worse when police showed up to help.
A Dakota County Sheriff’s deputy found Keezer, 21, as the St. Paul man was trying to drive out of the center median of Chippendale Avenue.
As the deputy stopped and talked to Keezer, he discovered Keezer is a registered sex offender for an incident that happened when he was a juvenile. Keezer had been living in St. Paul for two months and not at the North St. Paul address where he was registered.
Keezer also had 15 grams of marijuana in the center console of his car.
If convicted on a charge of failing to register as a predatory offender Keezer could face up to five years in jail and fines of up to $10,000.