Waupaca County Circuit Court has filed charges against two convicted sex offenders.
Phillip J. Rath Jr., 53, Waupaca, was convicted in November 1993 of first-degree sexual assault of a child in Calumet County.
He served one year in jail and was placed on probation. Conditions of his probation include having to wear a monitoring bracelet.
He has been living with his mother at her home on West Road in Dayton.
Rath allegedly cut his monitoring bracelet on April 9, and his whereabouts remain unknown.
Phillip C. Heimbruch, 27, formerly of New London, was convicted of second-degree sexual assault of a child and sex with a child age 16 or older in January 2006.
Heimbruch was placed on four years of probation and served three months in jail.
As a condition of his being on the sex offender registry, Heimbruch was required to report his home address to the Department of Corrections.
When they were unable to contact Heimbruch, registry agents went to his last known address in New London. The landlord said Heimbruch had moved in June 2013. Investigators later discovered that Heimbruch had moved in with his mother in Tennessee.
UPDATE: At this time there is no warrant for Heimbruch’s arrest. He is now scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 30 on a felony charge of sex registry violation.