A 42-year-old Level 3 predatory offender has moved into the city of Little Falls.
Shannon Michael Miller moved Oct. 1 to the 200 block of Lindbergh Drive South, reported the Little Falls Police Department. Miller has a history of engaging in sexual contact with female victim’s age 10-15. Contact included penetration and force was used to gain compliance. Miller knew his victims.
Little Falls police said Miller is not wanted by police and he has served the sentence imposed on him by the court.
Police will host a community notification meeting at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 22 at the Little Falls High School Auditorium. A Level 3 predatory offender is the highest risk level who is most likely to re-offend. The state requires a community notification meeting when Level 3s get out of prison.
The Minnesota Department of Corrections and the police department will be present the public with information on public safety and on predatory offenders.
Miller has been convicted three times on criminal sexual conduct charges in Stearns County, according to the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. He was convicted of second-degree criminal sexual conduct in March of 1997; and third-degree criminal sexual conduct in January of 1998 and April of 1998. On the third-degree charges, Miller served his time in the Minnesota Department of Correctional Facility in St. Paul. The January 1998 charge that was with female victims ages 13-15, Miller was sentenced to 44 months in prison.
Miller, who is described as a white male, with blue eyes who is 5’8”and 180 pounds, is the only Level 3 predatory offender living in Little Falls. In Morrison County there are three. They include Miller, Jerry Lee Ferrier and Dustin Gene Ayres.