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Sexually violent predator moves to Colorado Springs

Posted at 12:59 PM, Jan 23, 2019

COLORADO SPRINGS – The Colorado Springs Police Department issued a notification Wednesday that a homeless man labeled as a “sexually violent predator” has moved to the city.

Police said 61-year-old James Patrick Dauer was convicted of sexual assault and involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a person less than 13 years old in Pennsylvania in 2002.  Before that, he was convicted of aggravated sexual assault once in 1985 in Amarillo, Texas and again in 1988 in Houston, Texas.

He was just recently released from Department of Corrections custody, and Dauer’s address is listed near the Springs Rescue Mission at 23 West Las Vegas Street.

He is described as a 6’0 white man with gray hair and green who weighs about 245 pounds.

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