Stevens County, WA Registered Sex Offenders
Stevens County, WA Registered Sex Offenders - 35 found
200 block of N RIDGE ST CHEWELAH, WA 99109
200 block of WILLIAMS LAKE RD COLVILLE, WA 99114
2300 block of BODIE MOUNTAIN RD COLVILLE, WA 99114
200 block of Wind Mountain Road Home Valley, WA 98648
33200 block of PineTree Lane Valley, WA 99181
1000 block of A MIDDLE BASIN RD COLVILLE, WA 99114
2900 block of B BAKIE RD VALLEY, WA 99181
1300 block of MAIN ST ADDY, WA 99101
4600 block of C HIDDEN RD LOON LAKE, WA 99148
2100 block of LOTZE CREED RD COLVILLE, WA 99114
700 block of N LINCOLN STREET COLVILLE, WA 99114
1800 block of BLUE CREEK RD ADDY, WA 99101
1300 block of Pingston Creek Rd KETTLE FALLS, WA 99141
2300 block of ALADIN; F RD COLVILLE, WA 99114
1300 block of Orin-Rice Road Colville, WA 99114
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Stevens County, WA Sex Offender Registry Statistics
Welcome to the Homefacts directory for registered sex offenders! Homefacts is a free service to help locate registered sex offenders within Stevens County, WA.
A search for our database shows there are 35 registered sex offenders in Stevens County, WA. Stevens County, WA has a ratio of 8.04 offenders per 10,000 residents. This is higher than the national average of 0.00 offenders per 10,000 residents.
Of the 35 offenders in Stevens County, WA, 33 are viewable on the map, while 2 are not due to to the offenders being transient or their address being unmappable.