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Wood County Dispatch Center
Friday August 5th, 2011 :: 10:03 a.m. CDT


On August 16, 2011, Larry Meddaugh, will be released and will reside at 1150 16th St. N., Apt. 1, Wis Rapids.


On 06/01/97, Wisconsin State Statute §301.45 – The Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Law came into effect. Prior to this legislation, individuals similar to the one listed in this bulletin were being released into communities with only law enforcement agencies being notified.

Based on this law, The Wisconsin Rapids Police Department, with the assistance of the Department of Corrections and the Wood County Sex Offender Classification Review Team is authorized to provide the following information to select areas of the community. Based on the law, neighbors, schools and businesses in the vicinity of the residence of the offender are being notified via this bulletin.

On August 16, 2011, the following person will be released and will reside at 1150 16th St. N., Apt. 1, Wisconsin Rapids, WI

Larry L. Meddaugh
Age: 49
Height: 6’ 5”
Weight: 195
Hair: Brown/Grey
Eyes: Brown
Tattoos: Left Arm: Eagle
Left Shoulder: Heart
Right Shoulder: Harley Davidson Emblem
Chest: Diamond
Scars: Neck

Meddaugh was convicted of 2 Counts of Second Degree Sexual Assault of a Child in Wood County.

Offender Summary:
Meddaugh has been designated as a level 3 sex offender. The criminal history involving the conviction of Meddaugh indicates he had engaged in sexual contact with three (3) female children, ages 9, 12 and 12, all known to him. Assaults occurred on multiple occasions.

Meddaugh will be living at 1150 16th St. N., Apt. 1, Wisconsin Rapids, WI. Meddaugh is a lifetime registered sex offender and will be on GPS Monitoring. Meddaugh is currently on Supervision with the Department of Corrections until 8/14/2016 and is required to follow the Sex Offender Registry and GPS Monitoring Laws. State law forbids the harassment of released sex offenders.

Please understand the Wisconsin Rapids Police Department wants to create a safe community but we also understand the reality that people are released from prison and must be incorporated back into the community. Thank you for your anticipated understanding in this matter.

Kurt D. Heuer
Chief of Police
Wisconsin Rapids Police Department

Wood County Dispatch Center
400 Market St
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 715-421-8701

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