Everette J Burd, 45, was convicted of attempted rape in 1997. (Courtesy Photo).

Everette J Burd, 45, was convicted of attempted rape in 1997. (Courtesy Photo).

Convicted sex offender moves to Poulsbo

  • Tuesday, April 13, 2021 9:02am
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Another convicted sex offender has been placed in the “sex offender house” on the 17000 block of Viking Way in Poulsbo.

According to a post from Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office Everett J Burd has served his time imposed by the court.

It is KCSO’s job to report to the public when a level III sex offender moves/is placed in the area.

Burd was convicted of attempted rape in 1997 and served at least seven or more years in prison before being released to McNeil Island Corrections Center.

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