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Campus Times
March 1, 2002


photo by Jennifer Contreras

A mob of about 60 La Verne residents stood in the front of Kristian Eric Rosvold's house on Wednesday night to protest the presence of the convicted child molester. Rosvold, a resident of La Verne, has been declared a "high risk" sex offender by the La Verne Police Department in a special bulletin released to the community on Monday. The crowd vowed not to leave until he leaves La Verne. Sharon White, a La Verne resident, said, "He can call us his unwelcoming wagon." She demonstrated her determination by saying that she is planning on coming back until he is gone.


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