Two plan to live in Bremerton, one in Gorst and another in South Kitsap. All four are classified as Level III sex offenders, the most likely to reoffend. He plans to live in the block of West Frone Drive in Gorst. He is in prison for an arson conviction, but in September was convicted of third-degree child rape. According to the Sheriff's Office, between June and August of he sexually abused an 8-year-old family member and other neighborhood girls almost daily.
He also has been convicted on drug charges, domestic violence, possession of stolen property, theft, assault, driving offenses and soliciting a prostitute. Fawver is Level III because he didn't complete a sex offender treatment program. He was convicted of first-degree statutory rape and served a month prison sentence. During June and July he was accused of raping a 3-year-old girl who lived in the same Enumclaw apartment complex.
He has refused deviancy treatment and is considered a high risk to reoffend. He was convicted in of first-degree rape for assaulting an off-duty Pierce County Sheriff. At the time he was an escapee from the sexual psychopath program at Western State Hospital for an earlier rape attempt. He was released from prison in and served another sentence in for indecent exposure. He left Washington in , but returned. He was convicted in of first-degree attempted rape for trying to rape a woman inside a men's restroom at a local college, threatening to use a knife on her if she didn't cooperate.
Another person entered the restroom and prevented the rape. In , Sturtevant was convicted of lewd conduct after exposing himself to two women on a college campus. In October, he was convicted again of lewd conduct after giving a sexually explicit note to a woman who had seen him engaging in obscene behavior at a local park. Sturtevant also has been convicted of drug offenses, burglary, criminal trespassing, obstruction of justice, resisting arrest and failure to register as a sex offender.
A list of Kitsap County registered sex offenders is at www. There are 16 listed as Level III. The Sheriff's Office warns that using notification information to intimidate, harass or threaten registered offenders is illegal. Reach reporter Steven Gardner at or at sgardner thesunlink. A community meeting about the residency of these Level III sex offenders is scheduled for 7 p.
Kitsap County Sheriff's Office detectives and Bremerton Police officers will discuss the program and answer questions. Both are considered high risks to reoffend. Ricardo Zamudio, 38, is scheduled to move into an approved residence in the block of Highway 3 in Bremerton Steven Richards, 48, was convicted of second-degree murder in the shooting