Level 3 predatory offender Terrance Lee Lindmark is relocating from the 100 block of Gillis Avenue to the 200 block of Fourth Avenue Northeast in Brainerd, Brainerd Police Department reported.
The police department was notified Thursday by the Minnesota Department of Corrections that Lindmark, 55, was relocating immediately. Lindmark has a history of sexual contact with male and female victims between the ages of 4 and 10. Contact included penetration and force was used to gain compliance. Lindmark was known to the victims.
Since Lindmark is not new to the community and is relocating about five blocks from where he was residing, there will be no community notification meeting. Public fact notification sheets will be available at the Brainerd Police Department and will be shared on the department's Facebook page.
The Brainerd Police Department would like to remind people Lindmark is not wanted by police at this time. This notification is not intended to increase fear in the community, but to keep the public informed. Police also ask the public report criminal activity by this offender or any other individual by calling 911.
Background on Lindmark
Lindmark was convicted in 1983 in Lyon County for fourth-degree intrafamilial sexual abuse with a 4-year-old girl. Lindmark abused the girl multiple times and contact included fondling and penetration and force was used. He served 32 months in prison.
Lindmark then was convicted in 2006 in Morrison County for second-degree attempted criminal sexual conduct with a 10-year-old male. Again the abuse occurred multiple times and contact included fondling and penetration and force was used.
He served 36 months in prison.
Lindmark was a Level 2 offender after his second conviction, but became a Level 3 after violating the restrictions of his release several times, such as looking at pornography.