Minnesota Sex Offender Gets Provisional Discharge
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A man who has spent years in Minnesota's sex offender program has been granted a provisional discharge.
Court documents obtained Friday by The Associated Press show a Supreme Court appeal panel granted Robert Jeno's provisional discharge on November 12th.
The order was put on hold for 15 days and outlines multiple conditions.
It wasn't immediately clear whether and when Jeno will be freed.
State officials say local law enforcement is working on community notification.
Officials told the judicial panel in July that Jeno would live at Shiloh's Hope Inc. in Le Center.
Staff there had no comment Friday.
Human Services Commissioner Lucina Jesson says in a statement that Jeno will continue to be supervised.
Only one other resident has been successfully released from MSOP with provisions since 1994.