Addeo Returns to Grafton

He has re-registered as a level 3 sex offender and listed a Grafton address.

Brian Addeo has returned to Grafton and re-registered as a level 3 sex offender, according to Chief Normand A. Crepeau Jr.

Addeo, 33, listed his address as 120 Milford Road, Grafton.

He was released on 10 years’ probation last week. He must wear a GPS monitoring bracelet through the probation period, Connolly said.

During that time, he is ordered to have no contact with his previous victims or anyone under 16. He must also undergo counseling.

Addeo was the subject of a New England-wide manhunt last March when he reportedly cut off his GPS monitoring bracelet and tossed it into the back of a pickup truck in the parking lot of Home Depot in Tewksbury.

Wearing the monitoring bracelet was one of the requirements of his parole. He was released on lifetime community parole April 29, 2010 after pleading guilty to a number of charges.

These charges included four counts of statutory rape of a child, three counts of indecent assault and battery of a child under 14 and indecent assault and battery of a person over 14.

Judge James Lemire ruled in Worcester Superior Court last week that Addeo should not have been placed on lifetime probation and should be released. Addeo’s attorney argued against any form of probation, but the judge agreed with the district attorney’s office recommendation for 10 years of probation.

The state had attempted to have Addeo labeled as a sexually dangerous person, which would placed him at Bridgewater State Hospital for an undetermined period of time. They were unsuccessful in that effort.

Addeo is 5’ 10’’, weighs 270 pounds and has brown eyes and hair.

The Sex Offender Registry Board requires people to register if they are determined to “have a high risk to re-offend’’ and that “the degree of dangerousness posed to the public is such that a substantial public safety interest is served by active community notification,’’ according to information provided by Crepeau.

Damian Smart January 18, 2012 at 06:18 PM
Dear Brian, It's good to hear you only forcibly raped one woman. That's quite a relief. Of course, there are three charges of assault on a child under 14. But that's understandable too, no one wants to try to beat on someone who might hurt them back! Also, you might want to double check how much money your family has though, especially if you got that fake $20 from them. You didn't make a bad choice. You made several bad choices, got caught for them and rather than feel contrition and remorse you continued to make worse and worse incredibly selfish choices while being punished for your previous bad choices. Minimizing your crimes and making blustering empty threats on the internet isn't going to win you any friends in the community. This isn't going to convince people that you feel regret for your bad choices and are ready to rejoin society. It's certainly not going to help you in any way with the community or the courts. But that's not surprising, you're not done making bad choices. At least you've let everyone know they won't have to worry about you for long. You'll be back in prison probably by the end of the year. P.S. "Statuary" means a collective group of statues or sculptures. If you were accused of raping them we would probably just think you're a harmless weirdo rather than a scumbag.
James Walsh III January 18, 2012 at 10:08 PM
Mr. BRIAN Addeo (so that it's clear, I am not speaking to, or about the rest of your family); I must say, many of us, as human beings, make numerous mistakes in life...some of us make legal mistakes, too. What makes all the difference in most cases is the person's individual ability to admit to...I mean, honestly, inwardly admit to...making a *mistake,* and appaulogize, sincerely, if they hurt anyone. Mind you, I am one who believes that there are actually a few cases where people are labeled *Sex Offender* wrongfully...and that the laws should be re-evaluated to better protect those who are actually victims of actuall rape, *statutory* or otherwise. I don't know the particulars of the charges, I don't know exactly how old you were when you had relations with the teen girls, or if it was consensual, etc. The point is that the evidence, the families, and the jury all concluded that what you had done was not socially acceptable, and furthermore...illegal, and more than likely dangerous (physiologicly or mentally...or both) to the girls...and that 20 year old. Purhaps if you sounded a little more remorseful, rather confrontational, in your comment(s), some of us would be more likely to begin to accept you back into our community, and work with you to make *things work* for all of us. But, you came off as jumping on a war path against those who have anything to say in anger towards you. Pick your battles more wisely, and accept what has happened, improve your future.


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