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Release of two sex offenders in the town of Racine | Crime and courts

RACINE – The Racine Police Department announced Monday the placement of two sex offenders in the Town of Racine.

Neal C. Conley Jr. will begin living at 4608 Durand Avenue on October 19. Jermarel R. Cobb will begin living at 1316 12th St., lower, on Tuesday, October 12.

Neither man is allowed unsupervised contact with minors or their victims, and may not use drugs. They are also required to cooperate with electronic surveillance, although one of them was previously convicted of not cooperating with electronic surveillance.

In addition, both are registered in the sex offender registry and must therefore comply with its requirements.

Two men who identified themselves as Dr Farmer and Tone Bone watched the scene on Clairmont Street. The two agreed that the violence must stop. Farmer said Racine “was getting more and more violent”. Bone said we need “better communities for children”. Farmer agreed, saying, “We need safe neighborhoods for children … and adults too.”


According to online court records, Conley, 24, once lived in that same block – the 4600 block of Durand Avenue – before.

In 2017, Conley was charged with causing a 13-18-year-old to watch sexual activity and exposing a child to harmful material. He pleaded without question and was convicted in April 2018.

In June 2019, its address was changed to 4606 Durand Ave.

But then, in March 2020, he was charged with tampering with a GPS tracking device, to which he pleaded guilty.

As of Monday, according to the Racine County Sheriff’s Office, he was still being held at the Racine County Jail.