Family Movie Outing Violates Sex Offender's Probation

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

A 46-year-old convicted child sex offender who violated his probation by taking his family to see "Toy Story 3" at a Livingston County theater has been ordered to serve 90 days' house arrest.

Michael Keeler of Gregory also was ordered to pay $125 a month toward more than $4,000 in outstanding court fees.

Keeler's probation prohibits him from being within 1,000 feet of "places primarily used by people age 17 or under." An electronic tether confirmed he was in the theater.

Keeler was sentenced in May 2008 to serve five years' probation after being convicted of second-degree criminal sexual conduct involving a person under 13.

Defense attorney Douglas Mullkoff tells the Livingston County Daily Press & Argus that Keeler had completed a sex offender's education program.


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