Offender relocates to Sellwood, reports County
The Multnomah County Department of Community Justice, Parole and Probation Division, has issued a 'Predatory Sex Offender Notification' indicating that Casey L. Leopard, a parolee, has relocated to his house at 8433 S.E. 21st Avenue in Sellwood, across from Johnson Creek Park.
Leopard, classified as a Predatory Sex Offender, had been serving a sentence after being convicted of 'Attempted Sodomy 1' and three counts of 'Sex Abuse 1'. His sentence expires on January 29, 2008, but he was granted parole; and, after a brief stay at 123 W. Burnside, he has moved into his house at the Sellwood address. According to NRT Officer Heidi Helwig 'he has a brother, also a sex offender, but not of the 'Predatory' type'.
Leopard's previous 'M.O.', or method of offending, according to the County, was to 'meet victims in parks or offers them a ride, and then sexually assaults the victim'. The victims are described as 'adult females'.
As a condition of parole, Leopard is required to adhere to these restrictions: 'No trespass in parks. Offender shall not possess or use intoxicating beverages; no contact with minors under the age of 18 years; and no possession of sexually explicit visual or auditory materials.'