Sex of­fender re­sid­ing at new Yuma ad­dress


The Yuma Po­lice De­part­ment is no­ti­fy­ing the com­mu­nity that a con­victed sex of­fender has a new ad­dress in the Yuma area.

Dwight Arthur Ra­ley, 65 is now re­sid­ing at 2156 S. Javelina Av­enue. He is de­scribed as be­ing 5 feet, 11 inches tall, weigh­ing 175 pounds, with gray hair and brown eyes.

In April 2018, Ra­ley en­tered a plea agree­ment in Yuma County Su­pe­rior Court on two counts of lur­ing a mi­nor for sex­ual ex­ploita­tion and ag­gra­vated as­sault with a sex­ual mo­ti­va­tion.

Ra­ley, a re­tired city em­ployee, has been con­victed of a sex of­fense that al­lows for com­mu­nity no­ti­fi­ca­tion. He is not wanted by law en­force­ment at this time.

His in­for­ma­tion is be­ing re­leased pur­suant to A.R.S. 133825, the Com­mu­nity No­ti­fi­ca­tion on Sex Of­fend­ers Law. It is the re­spon­si­bil­ity of the law en­force­ment agency hav­ing ju­ris­dic­tion where the of­fender re­sides to no­tify the com­mu­nity.

Of­fend­ers are cat­e­go­rized into three lev­els: Level One (low risk to the com­mu­nity), Level Two (in­ter­me­di­ate risk to the com­mu­nity), and Level Three (high risk to the com­mu­nity). Ra­ley is a Level Three sex of­fender with a high risk to re-of­fend.


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