Vosen sentenced to 14 months for not registering as predatory offender

Eric John Vosen, 28, Little Falls, has been sentenced to 14 months in prison for failure to abide by the Minnesota predatory offender registration law. Vosen pleaded guilty and was sentenced by Judge Conrad Freeberg Thursday, May 3, in Morrison County District Court.

Assistant Morrison County Attorney Todd Kosovich stated that Vosen has been required to register since 2006, following his conviction of criminal sexual conduct in the fourth degree in Morrison County. Kosovich has also prosecuted that case. Vosen had a 21-month prison sentence executed on that file in 2008.

County Attorney Brian Middendorf said that this was the third person sent to prison on a predatory registration offense in just the last six months. The others were Doug Denio who was sentenced Feb. 15, and Steven Welch sentenced Dec. 15, 2011.