Sex Offender Information Bulletin
For the City Times
On 06/01/97, Wisconsin State Statute 3301.45 – 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 new law, the Wood County Sheriffs Department, along with the Department of Corrections and in conjunction with the Wood County Sex Offender Classification Review Team, is authorized to provide the following information to select areas of the community.
Based on this law, neighbors, schools, and businesses in the vicinity of the residence of this offender are being notified via this bulletin. On October 30, 2012, the following person was released and notifications were made. This notice is to inform the community the subject will be moving.
Beginning Nov. 7, 2016 he will be residing at 2275 CTH G, in the town of Port Edwards, Wisconsin.
Name: Trell E. Waldron
Male l White
Weight: 163 pounds
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Tattoos: – green ball on lower right thigh -“TT'” and lightning bolt on left fingers
Waldron was convicted of First Degree Sexual Assault of a Child and Second Degree Sexual Assault of a child
in Wood County on 7/01/2002.
Waldron has been designated as a Level 3 Sex Offender. This is the highest classification of notification level in so far as a potential threat or danger to the community at large. Waldron will be residing at 2275 CTH G, in the town of Port Edwards. He is a lifetime registered sex offender and has a lifetime GPS monitor, which is in place.
Please note: State law forbids the harassment of released Sex Offenders.
Please understand that the Department of Corrections and the Wood County Sheriffs 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.
If you have questions about this bulletin or the situation in your community, please contact the Division of Community Corrections – Department of Probation and Parole at phone (715) 384-8832 or (715) 422-5077.