Daily Camera (Boulder)
‘Sexually violent predator’ moves to community
A man designated by the courts as a “sexually violent predator” has moved to Lafayette from another jurisdiction.
Nathaniel Stark, 25, moved to 109 Sandler Drive in Lafayette, according to a news release from Lafayette police. A note sent to Lafayette residents states this is the first sexually violent predator to reside in the city.
Stark is considered a repeat offender, and cannot have contact with anyone younger than 18, according to a community notification bulletin.
The note sent to residents states officials are personally notifying area schools, day care centers, the Bog Burger Recreation Center, Boulder Valley School District security and area law enforcement agencies.
Because Stark was deemed by the courts to be a “sexually violent predator” and a high risk to reoffend, law enforcement is required to notify the community.
According to court records, Stark was arrested in 2016 by the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office on suspicion of two counts of sexual assault, second-degree assault and unlawful sexual contact.
He ultimately pleaded guilty to assault and two counts of unlawful sexual contact, and was sentenced to one year in jail followed by 18 months of work release and 10 years of sex offender intensive supervised probation.