WHITEWATER — The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has relocated Mark R. Taber to 13048 E. Pioneer Road, Whitewater, on Thursday, Sept. 12.
Taber was convicted of first-degree sexual assault of a child on Jan. 14, 1991. The child victims were a male and female whom Taber knew.
While placed at Pioneer Road, the conditions of Taber’s supervision include, but are not limited to having no unsupervised contact with minors; no patronizing taverns, bars, or liquor stores; no contact with victims; and no consumption of alcohol or drugs. He must comply with supervised release rules, the requirements of lifetime Sex Offender Registration and requirements of lifetime GPS.
The Rock County Sheriff’s Office stated that it is not responsible for the placement of this sex offender in any manner; however, by law, it is required to provide public notice.
For further information regarding the placement of this offender, Rock officials urge contacting the Wisconsin Department of Health Services at (608) 301-9812.