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Another sex offender placed in Deer Creek

Man has sexually violent history

By Scott Bellile

A Deer Creek home received its third placement of a violent sex offender this year.

Aristole Farmer moved to W9442 Schweitzer Road on Nov. 14, the Outagamie County Sex Offender Community Notification Core Team announced.

Farmer has served his mandatory prison time and is not wanted by police. He will live at the home on supervised release.

Farmer is a 52-year-old black man with black hair and brown eyes. He is 5 feet, 8 inches tall and weighs 190 pounds.

Two other lifetime sex offenders, Jerome C. Litscher, 76, and Michael R. Schaar, 50, moved to the same residence in June and July.

However, Litscher no longer lives there. He moved to Appleton, according to the Wisconsin Department of Justice Sex Offender Registry.

Schaar continues to live there.

Farmer’s past victims have included juvenile and adult females. He assaulted people he knew as well as strangers.

He had three court cases regarding sexual offenses in Outagamie County between 1985 and 2000.

According to the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office:

• In one case, Farmer followed a woman with a developmental disability into a public restroom, dragged her out of the stall, slammed her against a wall and raped her.

• In another case, Farmer molested and attempted to have sexual intercourse with a 5-year-old girl he knew. After this girl turned 13, Farmer stalked and threatened to assault her.

• In a third case, he groped a stranger while she was walking down the street.

In reviewing Wisconsin Circuit Court Access records, it was unclear which offenses occurred in which year.

One of these offenses resulted in a second-degree sexual assault conviction in 1994. Farmer was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

In June, Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office held a public meeting to notify Deer Creek residents about Litscher’s and Schaar’s placements and answer questions.

Outagamie County Sheriff’s Sgt. Shawn Oligney said a meeting is not planned for Farmer’s placement.

“At the last meeting, it was relayed to the community that this residence would continue to house similar offenders if one moved out,” Oligney said. “Based on that, it was determined that a media release, with targeted release to the Town of Deer Creek and Town of Maple Creek Town Boards, would be sufficient” this time.

Questions regarding Farmer or the Sexual Offender Registry Program can be directed to Oligney at 920-832-5278.

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