Predator’s Neglect: Thief River Falls Man Faces Felony Charges for Registration Violation

Steven Glen Bruyere
Steven Glen Bruyere

Thief River Falls, MN ( – Steven Glen Bruyere, a 65-year-old resident of Thief River Falls, finds himself in legal trouble as he’s charged with two felony counts of failing to fulfill the registration requirements as a predatory offender – his first offense. The complaint against Bruyere was filed on March 13, marking a significant legal challenge for him.

The incident unfolded on February 21 when a juvenile investigator visited Cedar Lodge to update Bruyere’s photo as part of his registration requirements. However, Bruyere was unavailable to meet at the Law Enforcement Center, prompting arrangements to take the photo at his home.

During the visit, the investigator discovered that Bruyere had relocated from Apartment 34 to Apartment 14 on Main Avenue North, failing to update his address as required by law. Additionally, Bruyere allegedly neglected to register his employment status, claiming forgetfulness.

Furthermore, it came to light that Bruyere serves as a caretaker for the apartments, adding complexity to the situation. The investigation highlights the importance of adhering to registration requirements for predatory offenders to ensure public safety and compliance with the law.

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