Jeremy Stutzman Pleads Not Guilty to Rape, Assault, and Kidnapping

Jeremy Stutzman pleaded not guilty on Thursday, June 2nd, to the charges of sexual assault of two women. Both women, one 19 the other 20, say that Mr. Stutzman blindfolded, gagged and sexually assaulted them at knife point. Mr. Stutzman faces up to 307 years to life in prison if he is convicted of all the crimes he is charged with.

Mr. Stutzman is a registered sex offender pursuant to Penal Code section 290 as a result of a prior conviction to a sex related crime he committed in 2000 against a 24 year old women. The crime he is accused with allegedly mimics the crime he was found guilty of almost eleven years ago. Judge Marshall Hockett set bail at $4 million dollars, due to the severity of the crimes and because Mr. Stutzman is still on parole.

For a more detailed description of his crime please visit my blog here.

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North County Times

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