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Former Council Bluffs, Iowa, Resident Sentenced to 21 Months for Failing to Register as a Sexual Offender

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 11, 2014

COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA - On Friday, April 11, 2014, Jeramie L. Reazer, age 37, last known address in Omaha, Nebraska, was sentenced to 21 months imprisonment for failing to register with the sex offender registry by United States District Court Judge Stephanie M. Rose, announced United States Attorney Nicholas A. Klinefeldt. Judge Rose also ordered Reazer to serve a five-year term of supervised release following incarceration.

In May of 2013, law enforcement determined that Reazer had been residing in Mills County, Iowa, for approximately a month without registering with the Mills County Sheriff's Office as required by the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act.

Reazer was required to register with the Mills County Sheriff’s Office as a result of a conviction for Sexual Assault in the Third Degree in Douglas County, Nebraska in 2005. On November 25, 2014, Reazer entered a guilty plea to failing to register with the Mills County, Iowa, Sheriff's Office as required when he began residing in rural, Mills County, Iowa.

The investigation was conducted by the Douglas County Nebraska, Sheriff’s Office and the United States Marshal's Service and the case was prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Iowa.

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