Do-gooders welcome another violent transient to Boulder, CO


By Max R. Weller

See Police arrest suspect in May sexual assault at Boulder Creek in the Daily Camera. Copied below in its entirety:

Boulder police announced on Friday afternoon that they have arrested a man they allege sexually assaulted a woman who was jogging on the Boulder Creek Path last month.

Jonathan Narucki, 26, is being held at Boulder County Jail on a suspicion of sexual assault, kidnapping, unlawful sexual contact by force, assault and menacing, according to a news release.

Police said they linked Narucki to the May 20 attack using DNA evidence.

A woman reported being sexually assaulted as she took a run near the 4700 block of Walnut Street between 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. She told police she was on the Boulder Creek Path when a man grabbed her from behind, threatened her with a knife and sexually assaulted her.

Police said Narucki told them that he had moved to Boulder from Georgia about a month ago and had been living as a transient. The woman told police that her attacker was dirty, unkempt and emitted a foul odor, which led her to believe he was a transient.

Boulder police increased patrols in the area following the attack.

Narucki does not appear to have any prior arrests in Colorado, according to online court records.

Anyone with additional information on the case is asked to call Detective Sarah Cantu at 303-441-4328.


Of course, it’s the entire homeless shelter/services industry in our city, not only Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, which attracts scumbags from all across America . . . These violent transients consume resources that could otherwise go to helping Boulder County’s own homeless people, including families with kids.

What is wrong with the do-gooders? Feeding, clothing, housing, counseling, and in general coddling a rapist from Georgia? I’ll call them out by name once more: Mike Homner (recently featured in a Daily Camera puff piece on the homeless), Darren O’Connor, Joy Eckstine Redstone (who is now a DC columnist), Isabel McDevitt (executive director of Bridge House), et al. They all have a hand in aiding those who prey on the innocent.


You know, I’m very happy about having the opportunity to move away from Boulder for good in the near future. This city, where I’ve lived since early 2008, is FUBAR in so many ways it will be a great relief for me to become a part of the Real World again!


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