Rennecke plans to apply for a court-appointed lawyer and has no job.
Rennecke petitioned for a legal name change to Riley Byerly in district court in Stutsman County in July 2015, but a judge denied the petition.
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According to court documents on the sex offender charge, Rennecke arrived at the Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch campus near Minot at 3 p.m. Rennecke arrived on the campus with two other people and wanted to visit Rennecke's old teachers.
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