Sexually Violent Predator Moves To Ute Pass, Community Meeting Scheduled

A community meeting has been scheduled for Thursday night to address a sexually violent predator now living in Ute Pass.

Jeffrey Brosh (Credit: El Paso County Sheriff's Office)

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A sexually violent predator has moved into the Ute Pass area, prompting the El Paso County Sheriff's Office to schedule a community meeting Thursday night to address the situation.

Jeffrey Brosh, 39, was released from prison Monday after serving a four-year sentence for sexually assaulting a child. He is now living at 9125 Canyon Drive in Woodland Park, near the El Paso/Teller county line.

The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at the Green Mountain Falls temporary town hall, located at 10605 Green Mountain Falls Road.

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