By Tim Kowols
A registered sex offender will be back living in Sturgeon Bay after being released from prison on Tuesday. Anthony F. Paschke has served time for his 2005 conviction of second-degree sexual assault, burglary, and eluding an officer. Paschke was also convicted in 1995 of second-degree sexual assault of a child according to Wisconsin Circuit Court Records. In accordance with state statute, Paschke will be under the supervision of the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, which includes an electronic monitoring device. As of Tuesday morning, there was no specific address to where Paschke will live according to the state’s sex offender registry, but a release from the Sturgeon Bay Police Department states that using the information to threaten or intimidate him would not be tolerated.