‘Sexually Violent Predator’ Will Be Homeless, Stay Along Fourmile Creek
A man deemed to be a “sexually violent predator” will be living along Four Mile Creek after being released from Boulder County Jail on July 11.
Michael Smith, 49, notified Boulder police that he will be homeless and stay along the creek east of Broadway and Rosewood Avenue, according to a news release from the department.
Police will conduct extra patrols in the area, according to the release.
Smith is required to verify his location with police monthly because he lacks a fixed residence. He first registered with Boulder police as a sexually violent predator in August 2016.
According to court records, Smith has a conviction out of Rhode Island for second-degree child molestation, as well as a 2015 conviction for sexual contact without consent.
The designation of sexually violent predator is given to people convicted of certain sexual offenses who are believed to be likely to commit more offenses.
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