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Notification meeting for five sex offenders on Aug. 30
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Police Department will be holding a public notification meeting to release information regarding five registered sex offenders — including four Level 3 and one Level 2 — who will be residing within the city limits of Marysville. All five subjects have registered as sex offenders with the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office, and will be residing in the 11100 block of State Avenue in Marysville.
The public meeting will be held on Thursday, Aug. 30, beginning at 7 p.m., in the Police Training Room on the second floor of the Marysville Public Safety Building, located at 1635 Grove St.
Dalice Robert Neuser is a Level 2 sex offender, while Scott Anthony Avilla, Jeremiah Jason Jeter, Leslie J. Paranteau and Casey Douglas Hoop are all Level 3 sex offenders. Neuser, Jeter and Paranteau were each convicted on separate counts of the rape of a child in the third degree — 25-year-old Neuser on March 15, 2010; 32-year-old Jeter on July 1, 2009; and 24-year-old Paranteau on April 15, 2010. Avilla, 48, was convicted of voyeurism on Feb. 13, 2003, while Hoop, 25, was convicted of child molestation in the second degree on Oct. 16, 2009.
Neuser, Avilla, Jeter and Hoop all have blue eyes, while Paranteau has hazel eyes. Neuser and Hoop have blonde hair, while Avilla, Jeter and Paranteau have brown hair. All five sex offenders are on supervision with the Marysville office of the state Department of Corrections — Neuser and Hoop for 36 months, and Jeter for 48 months.
All five sex offenders are required to register with the sheriff's office in the county of their residence. All five have served the sentences imposed on them by the courts, and are not wanted by the police at this time.
The Marysville Police Department has no legal authority to direct where sex offenders may or may not live. Unless court ordered restrictions exist, sex offenders are constitutionally free to live wherever they choose.
The Marysville Police Department is available to help community members set up block watches, and to provide community members with useful information on personal safety.