Weld Sheriff issues Sexually Violent Predator Community Bulletin
Published on October 26, 2022
Colorado Revised Statutes requires local law enforcement to notify the community when a sex offender who meets the criteria for a “Sexually Violent Predator” will be moving into and living in their community. Local law enforcement has no legal authority to prohibit sex offenders from living in a community.
Jimmy Dean Coleman meets the criteria for distinction as a Sexually Violent Predator and as such he is considered to pose a greater than normal risk to the community.
NAME: Jimmy Dean Coleman
DESCRIPTION: W/M 6’02”, 249 LBS, GREY HAIR, BROWN EYES
ADDRESS: 4026 CORONADO STREET, GREELEY, CO 80634
VEHICLES: GOLD BUICK RENDEZVOUS & BRONZE TOYOTY SCION
CONVICTION INFORMATION: OUT OF STATE 1ST DEGREE SEXUAL ABUSE OF A CHILD, AND COLORADO CONVICTION FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT ON A CHILD
CRIMINAL JUSTICE STATUS: ON PAROLE
As of October 24, 2022, there are approximately 19,177 registered sex offenders in the state of Colorado. As of October 24, 2022, there are 255 sex offenders registered with the Weld County Sheriff’s Office. As of October 24, 2022, there are 412 offenders living in Colorado that meet the criteria for Sexually Violent Predator, 2 of them live in Unincorporated Weld County. The status and location of Sexually Violent Predators are posted on the Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s website http://sor.state.co.us. Local websites for certain registered sex offenders and any additional information can be accessed at www.weldsheriff.com or www.sotar.us.
Please refer to the Weld County Sheriff’s Office website at www.weldsheriff.com for additional information of Sexually Violent Predators.
For those impacted by sexual assault or trauma as a result of this notification, there are community resources to assist you. Those resources are Weld County Victim Services, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or The National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-HOPE.
If you observe this offender or anyone else acting suspicious or inappropriate, call 911.
If you have any questions about the contents of the Community Notification, please contact the Weld County Sheriff’s Office at 970-356-4015
Anyone who uses this information to harass, threaten or intimidate a registered sex offender, his/her family, or anyone involved in his/her management will be subject to criminal prosecution.