District of Colorado
July 08, 2010 - On
June 30th, U.S. Marshals and 84 state, local and federal law
enforcement agencies wrapped up a month-long sex offender sweep called
Operation Shepherd 2010, conducting unannounced sex offender compliance
checks and searching for fugitive sex offenders throughout the state of
Colorado, resulting in 152 arrests and 2,840 compliance checks.
October 25, 2009 - Operation Shepherd, a multi-state sex
offender sweep, has netted 117 arrests and conducted over 2600 compliance
checks. U.S. Marshals in Colorado and Wyoming partnered up with Crime
Stoppers and more than 50 law enforcement agencies, including lmmigration
Customs Enforcement, Department of Corrections – Parole and the Colorado
Bureau of Investigation, to carry out the massive sweep.
January 17, 2009
- Jesse Sloan,39, was arrested in Fort Garland
by members of the Fugitive Location and Apprehension Group (FLAG), the
Alamosa Police Department, the Alamosa County Sheriff’s Office, the Costilla
County Sheriff’s Office, the Colorado State Patrol, and parole officers from
the Colorado Department of Corrections. Sloan was wanted by the Colorado
Department of Corrections for parole violation on original charges of escape
and theft. Sloan had an extensive criminal history and was known to use
October 09, 2008 - John Richard Beato, 22, was arrested
Wednesday afternoon in Basalt by members of the Fugitive Location and
Apprehension Group (FLAG), the Basalt Police Department and deputy U.S.
marshals from Denver and Grand Junction. Beato was wanted by the Tulsa, OK
Police Department for the August, 2007 murder of 25-year-old Antonio Flores.
Flores was found dead in his mobile home several days after he was killed.
Domingo Lopez-Avaloy, a
24-year-old from Honduras, was arrested early
yesterday, October 2nd, at his apartment in Charlotte, NC. Domingo Lopez-Avaloy
only one of four suspects still wanted in connection with the 2004
kidnapping and sexual
assault of a 12 year old female at the Heatherwood Apartments in Aurora.