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Police: Sexually violent predator now living in Colorado Springs

Posted at 10:52 AM, Jan 15, 2019

COLORADO SPRINGS – Springs Police issued a notification Tuesday afternoon that a man labeled as a “sexually violent predator” has moved to Colorado Springs.

Police said Mario Andrés Gutierrez, 29, moved to a Colorado Springs address after he was convicted of sexual assault on a child in El Paso County in 2018.

Gutierrez is living in the 2700 block of Northridge Drive in Colorado Springs.  He is 5’6 and weighs approximately 155 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

CSPD wrote the following in the community notification issued on Tuesday.

“The Colorado Springs Police Department takes his presence in our community very seriously and is intent on ensuring he conducts himself in a lawful manner and that our citizens remain safe and aware.”

Police said they have already notified neighbors living in the area about Lopez.

He is one of 16 people labeled as sexually violent predators currently registered with the Colorado Springs Police Department. Police are required to notify the community each time a sexually violent predator moves to the area.

CLICK HERE to learn more about sexually violent predators and CSPD’s notification process.