Convicted Ex-Priest to Live in Oshkosh
July 13, 2013
2 state agencies will supervise Norbert Maday
OSHKOSH - A former priest convicted of sexual assault in Winnebago County - and recently approved for release from a treatment center for sexual predators - will be living in Oshkosh.
Norbert Maday, 75, was convicted in 1994 and served his sentence for sexually assaulting teenage boys. The state then had him committed as a sexual predator. At a hearing last month, a judge approved a supervised release plan but details of that plan were sealed.
However, the Oshkosh Police Department issued a news release, stating Maday will be released on or before Aug. 2, and will be living at 747 Bowen St. He will be under the supervision of the state Dept. of Corrections and Dept. of Heath Services.
Among the terms of his release:
- No contact with victims
- No unsupervised/unauthorized contact with minors
- No presence in taverns, bars or liquor stores. No use of alcohol or illegal drugs.
- May not leave the residence without an approved chaperone for at least the first year.
The police department notes that Maday "is not wanted by the police at this time. This notification is not intended to increase fear; Rather, it is our belief that an informed public is a safer public."
There are 22,809 registered sex offenders in Wisconsin. Of those, 5,835 are in prison. 5,401 are on active probation, parole or extended supervision. 11,573 are terminated from supervision. There are 439 registered sex offenders reporting residence in Winnebago County, according to Oshkosh police.