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Sexually Violent Predators Residing In Pueblo

By: KKTV
By: KKTV
Credit: Pueblo Police Dept.

Credit: Pueblo Police Dept.

A heads up for Pueblo residents: two sexually violent predators have been released into the community.

James Jenkins, 55, was convicted of attempted sexual assault on a child and sexual exploitation of a child. Pueblo police say Jenkins used the Internet to lure children to meet him for sex.

Jenkins' current address is 4400 N. Elizabeth St., apartment 128.

Julian Reyes, 57, has been convicted of first-degree sexual assault, third-degree sexual assault, and unlawful sexual conduct, as well as criminal mischief, child abuse/neglect, robbery, and second-degree trespassing. Police say he sexual assaulted a woman.

Reyes suffers from mental health problems, according to police.

He will be living at 2337 E. 4th St.

Both men will be required to wear GPS monitoring devices so police know where they are at all times.


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