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Police notify public of sex offenders' change of address


ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- Rochester police are alerting the public that four level three sex offenders are now living in new places.

Police say that Matthew Judy, who lived on the 800 block of 37th Avenue northwest and Marshall Benassi, who lived on the 800 block of 9 Avenue southeast, have both had their releases revoked and are now back in prison.

Two other offenders have moved. Zed Farmer had been living in the Cooke Park area, but now has a residence in the 700 block of 2 Avenue northwest.

And Roger Schmiedeberg was recently released from prison, and authorities say he will be living in the 2100 block of Campus Drive southeast.

Police say Schmiedeberg will be under intensive supervised release restrictions.

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