Associated Press, Published December 05 2012
Sex offender pleads guilty in ND break-insBISMARCK — A Bismarck man who was being tracked as a high-risk sex offender has pleaded guilty to a string of Bismarck window-peeping incidents and home break-ins.
The Bismarck Tribune reports that Donald Gerald pleaded guilty Tuesday to 12 felony counts including burglary, surreptitious intrusion and criminal trespass.
He is accused of breaking or attempting to break into homes or looking into windows at several homes last year.
Authorities say Gerald made 36 visits to one home where an adolescent girl lives and the GPS device he wears due to past sex offense convictions showed his movements centralized around the girl's bedroom.
Information from: Bismarck Tribune, http://www.bismarcktribune.com
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