Two Sex Offenders Released in Racine
The Racine Police Department notified the public to two sex offenders who will be released in January. Andrew Johnson was released on January 19 and Quordalis Sanders will be released on January 26.
According to police, Sanders and Johnson have been convicted of sex offenses and their criminal history places them in a classification level which reflects the potential to re-offend.
Andrew Johnson was convicted in 2006 for 1st Degree Sexual Assault of a Child under the age of ten. He is required to wear a Global Positioning System bracelet and is a lifetime registrant of the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry Program.
Quordalis Sanders was convicted in 2014 for exposing genitals to a child, allowing a child to view sexual activity and stalking a victim under 18-years-old. He is required to wear a Global Positioning System bracelet and he is a lifetime registrant of the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry Program.
Both men will reside at 1400 Washington Avenue in Racine.