Tonight, while researching an unrelated issue involving the concentration of Level Three Sex Offenders in North Minneapolis, I glanced at the MN DOC webpage for Rafiq Z. Muhaymin (pictured above) and noticed something unusual.
This guy is under FEDERAL supervision...
He is expired from supervision by Minnesota's court system (though still required to keep himself registered) but is under the supervision of federal agent Karen Godin. I have been looking deeply into the Level Three sex offender concentration issue since about 2008 and, in all that time, I've never seen an example of FEDERAL supervision of a Level Three sex offender. I don't know how to account for it unless this guy committed a federal crime at some point or there's a citizenship issue.
By the way, here's the bad thing Rafiq did to become a Level Three sex offender:
Offender gained access to victim by approaching her on a public street and forcing her to accompany him to an isolated location. Offender gained compliance by assaulting victim repeatedly with blunt objects. Victim suffered injuries as a result. Offender was not known to victim.
He also has been known to use the alias "Ivory Mosby."
This is why people in our neighborhood have to worry about something as simple as walking down the street, because MN DOC has allowed so many sex offenders to be dumped in our neighborhood. Currently, Muhaymin lives on the 1900 block of Thomas Ave. N. There is an apartment building at 1900 Thomas Ave. N. (the actual address, not just the block number) which is known to host a constant dangerous concentration of Level Three sex offenders, though the individual offenders have a degree of turnover.