"Sexually Violent Predator" Released In Pueblo

By: KKTV News Email
By: KKTV News Email
Pueblo police say a man classified as a "Sexually Violent Predator" has been released into the community.

Julian Revolie

Pueblo police say a man classified as a "Sexually Violent Predator" has been released into the community.

32-year-old Julian Revolie has a number of criminal convictions, including burglary, theft, forgery and domestic violence. He's classified as a sex offender because, according to police, he had a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl when he was 25.

Revolie is 6 feet tall and 187 pounds. He is currently unemployed and living on Royal Crest Drive near Glenroyal Drive in Pueblo.


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  • by rr Location: pueblo on May 21, 2011 at 12:12 PM
    i think violent sexually predator and child molesters should do life in prison or death penalty there always going to reafend there sick people the law is letting them out to hurt someone else when the law suppose to protect us but there just like murders!!!!
  • by @LockemUp4Ever on May 4, 2011 at 09:09 AM
    I'm so sick of these whiny citizens seeing a headline like this and imagining the man being released from a cage into the street to just prey on people instead of realizing that some people actually have the ability to change their ways. These little mental children should be silenced/muted after the first time they're told to grow up and stop being panicky, just like all children who misbehave and have trouble growing up in this world.
  • by LockemUp4Ever on May 4, 2011 at 07:25 AM
    I'm so sick of these SVP being released to prey on others when there are people guilty of non-violent crimes that are locked up. These are ANIMALS and they should be euthenized after their one freebie, just like dogs who have more than one bite in Colorado. They are NOT rehabilitative. How many more innocent people need to be victimized before lawmakers wake up!
  • by DisgustedwithColoradolaws Location: Colorado Springs on May 4, 2011 at 07:13 AM
    Why in the world is this man put out on the streets to commit such violent acts? This state allows criminals to re-offend over and over again. It is to the point we need cameras and huge spotlights at every street corner,parks, parking lots, etc. because our state laws are way to forgiving! How can we change laws? How can we stop the Probation Officers for covering for these criminals. I know of several cases in this county where the P. O. had been very gracious in not turning in individuals for not following their court order. Not only is this not fair; it is a mockery to the court system that instructs certain penalies for a person plea and then those orders are not followed through with! No wonder, they just turn these sick idiots out into the public. They are never held accountable for their actions. Do you really think labeling them as a "sex offender" hinders them? Look how many repeat offenders of sex crimes that the country has and that will give you the answers. Maybe we should tatoo them across their forearms, or foreheads as an abuser and sex offender.
  • by real observations Location: cs on May 4, 2011 at 05:57 AM
    With a record like his I see no reason for this guy to turn over a new leaf. pfft!
  • by anonymous Location: colo springs on May 4, 2011 at 05:28 AM
    And why is that? you might as well tell him to god do what he did again! stupid!
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