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Offenders living, working in Mandan

(clockwise, from top left) James Schick, Justin Moroskie, Keith Eiss and Reuben Burnley.

(clockwise, from top left) James Schick, Justin Moroskie, Keith Eiss and Reuben Burnley.

The Mandan Police Department has announced that four offenders are now living or working in Mandan.

James Schick, 25, is living at 2305 Ninth Ave. S.E. in Mandan. Schick, listed as a high level offender, is 5’11” and 206 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes. Schick was convicted in 2007 and 2008 of multiple counts of gross sexual imposition. His victims were 13-year-old females. Schick recently obtained employment at 517 E. Main St. in Mandan, and continues his employment at 2713 Twin City Dr. in Mandan as well.

Justin Michael Moroskie, 24, is living at Centre, Inc., located at 100 Sixth Ave. S.E. and recently began employment at 1120 E. Main St. and 2201 Third St. S.E. in Mandan.  He is 5’3″ and 152 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. Moroskie is listed as a moderate level offender. In 2010, Moroskie was convicted of gross sexual imposition in Williams County. His victim was a 14-year-old female.

Keith Daniel Eiss, 42, is residing at 901 Third St. S.E. He is 6’1″ and 165 pounds, with red hair and blue eyes. On April 14, Eiss was convicted of sexual assault in Morton County. As a result of his conviction he is required to register as a sex offender. Eiss’ risk level has not yet been assigned.

Reuben Burnley, 26, is employed at 2020 46th Ave. S.E. in Mandan, and lives at 423 Century Ave. No. 201 in Bismarck. Burnley is 5’9″ and 170 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. He is listed as moderate level offender. In 1998, Burnley was convicted of gross sexual imposition in McLean County. His victim was an 8-year-old female.

These individuals are not wanted by law enforcement at this time and have served their sentences imposed by the court. This notification is not intended to increase fear in the community. It is the belief of the Mandan Police Department that an informed public is a safer public.