Sex offender to be released, living in Rhinelander
STAR JOURNAL STAFF
The Rhinelander Police Department is notifying the public that a convicted sex offender will be released into Community Supervision Feb. 22 and living in Rhinelander.
Jason Mullen, 33, was convicted in 2015 of three counts of third degree sexual assault and exposing genitals to a minor. He is not wanted by police at this time and will be supervised by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and also monitored by the police department. The police notify the public not to increase fear but to provide information. It became a requirement following the passage of the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry and Community Notification Law.
Mullen will be living at 17 W. Prospect Street. He is 5-foot-6 inches tall, weighing approximately 168 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. His victims have included both male and female minors, age 13-17. Mullen has met his victims both online and in public places. He is a registered sex offender for life and will have lifetime GPS monitoring.
The police department asks that is anyone sees Mullen engaging in concerning behavior, including unapproved contact with a minor or activity on social media platforms, they should contact the Rhinelander Police Department at 715-365-5300 or the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center at 715-361-5201.