Sexually violent predator's move to Maynard 'alarming' to prosecutor | Crime
Henry Boyce, prosecuting attorney for the Third Judicial District, says a Level 4 sex offender has moved to Maynard.
Jason Charles Bloomfield, 32, was convicted in 2005 of sexual indecency with a child. He was accused of exposing himself and soliciting sexual contact with two 12-year-old girls.
According to Boyce, Bloomfield is considered a sexually violent predator who admitted to “engaging in deviant sexual behaviors, having numerous exposure incidents involving pre-pubescent to adolescent females, to having at least 3 hands-on incidents involving two pre-pubescent females and a pubescent female, and to engaging in sadistic fantasies involving pubescent females.”
In a letter to the media, Boyce said he doesn’t often “write letters of this nature to local law enforcement agencies or the media;” however, he said Bloomfield’s risk assessment profile report was “so alarming” he felt “special attention” needs to be given to monitor Bloomfield’s behavior.
Bloomfield was released from the Ouachita River Correctional Unit on June 27. He is currently living in the 1600-block of Tucker Road in Maynard.
During his incarceration, Bloomfield was enrolled in a prison-based treatment program for sex offenders and received mental health treatment, according to the Arkansas Department of Correction.
On Region 8 News at 6 and 10 Jessi Turnure will have more on Bloomfield’s release and what area law enforcement agencies are doing to protect the public.
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