Boulder Shelter gives residents the finger, welcomes another Sexually Violent Predator


Read Boulder police: ‘Sexually violent predator’ released into community from the Daily Camera. Copied below in its entirety:

Boulder police are notifying the public that a man deemed to be a “sexually violent predator” is being released into the community, according to a news release.

Rodney David Jobe, 48, is a transient who will be staying at the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, 4869 N. Broadway Blvd.

Boulder police are releasing the information about Jobe under a state law that allows them to notify the public when a sexually violent predator is released in the community. Police said Jobe has been determined to present a high potential to commit further offenses.

Boulder District Court records indicate Jobe has a conviction for misdemeanor unlawful sexual contact. A failure to register as a sex offender charge was dismissed.

According to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, a sex offender must meet several criteria to gain the SVP designation: convictions for sexual assault, unlawful sexual contact and sexual assaults on children.

The victim in the case has to be a stranger to the perpetrator or someone the perpetrator established or promoted a relationship primarily for the purpose of sexual victimization.

The offender is assessed for “mental abnormality,” prior sexually based convictions and other risk factors, and the Colorado Department of Corrections or a court makes the SVP determination, according to CBI.

In an unrelated case, Kerry Whitfield, a man deemed to be a sexually violent predator was formally charged in Boulder County Court with four counts of sexual assault.

Boulder County prosecutors allege Whitfield sexually assaulted a woman in September after she bought heroin from him, and in another case, that he repeatedly sexually assaulted another woman who bought drugs from him.

As a sexually violent predator, Whitfield, who had completed his latest sentence, was registered in both Boulder — where he lived out of his van — and in Aurora, where he worked.

Rodney Jobe

Rodney Jobe

In fact, Mr. Jobe has been in trouble in both Florida and Illinois, making him another transient pervert being welcomed by Boulder Shelter for the Homeless.



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