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Offender relocates to Sellwood, reports County

by: , This police mug shot of Casey L. Leopard was provided by Multnomah County Department of Community Justice.

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.'

Officer Helwig has conducted notification of residents in the area of Leopard's residence. He remains under the supervision of the justice system. Those who may wish to bring relevant facts to the attention of his parole officer are directed to Raymond Velez, 503/988-5051, extension 253; or via e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .