Offenders residing, living in Mandan
The Mandan Police Department has announced that four registered sex offenders are currently living in Mandan.
John Alexander Markham, 50, is residing at CENTRE, Inc., at 100 Sixth Ave. S.E. in Mandan. He is employed at 2329 Memorial Hwy. Markham is 5’7″ and 150 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. He is listed as a moderate level offender.
Markham was convicted of indecent exposure on two different occasions. The first conviction was on Sept. 8, 2006, in Bottineau County District Court. The second conviction was on Aug. 10, 2011, in Pierce County District Court. Markham also has a conviction of two counts of obscene conduct in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, in 1995. His victims were all adult females. As a result of those convictions, Markham is required to register as an offender for the remainder of his life.
John Morningstarboy, 32, is also residing at CENTRE, Inc. He is employed at 2201 Third St. S.E. in Mandan. Morningstarboy is 5’11” and 226 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
Morningstarboy was convicted of sexual abuse of a minor in Federal Court on April 5, 2001. His victim was a 15-year-old female. As a result of that conviction, Morningstar boy is required to register as an offender until Sept. 27, 2027.
Richard Howard, 28, is living at CENTRE, Inc. He is 5’11” and 200 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. Howard was convicted of sexual abuse in Sioux County District Court on Dec. 20, 2006. His victim was a 17-year-old female. Howard has not been assigned a risk level at this time.
Jordan Eagle, 28, is employed at 2201 Third St. S.E. in Mandan and lives at BIA Route 8 in Fort Yates. He is 5’6″ and 175 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. Eagle was convicted of sexual abuse in federal court on May 22, 2006. His victim was an adult female. Eagle has not been assigned a risk level at this time.
These individuals are not wanted by law enforcement at this time and have served their sentences. 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.