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Authorities search for missing man on intensive supervised release, has ties to Sawyer County

Published: Nov. 5, 2021 at 10:34 AM CDT
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ST. PAUL, MN (CBS 3 Duluth) - Authorities are searching for a Minnesota man who allegedly removed his GPS tracking device while on intensive supervised release and has “significant” ties to the Sawyer County area.

The Minnesota Department of Corrections is searching for Daryl Brian Quagon, 56, who was recently released from prison and has a history of sexual and domestic assault convictions.

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Quagon is 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 190 lbs. He has black hair often worn in a ponytail and has brown eyes.

He was placed on intensive supervised release in August after completing his term of incarceration at the Lino Lakes state prison.

Authorities say Quagon recently left his home in Pine City, MN, without permission, and then removed his GPS monitoring bracelet in the area of Stone Lake, WI.

He has not had contact with his supervision agent since.

Quagon has significant ties to the Sawyer County, WI, area, including the towns of Stone Lake, Couderay, and Hayward, and also to the Lac Courte Oreilles Reservation.

His criminal history includes a 2000 conviction for 2nd-degree Criminal Sexual Conduct and a 2019 conviction for Domestic Assault by Strangulation.

Anyone with information about his whereabouts or activities should call 911, The Minnesota Department of Corrections Fugitive Hot Line 651-603-0026, or the investigator in charge at 651-802-4579.

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