Four sex offenders have new addresses in Yuma County

Four sex offenders have new addresses in Yuma County

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Spurgeon Wesley Hilton now lives in the 4815 W Clip Street in Yuma Spurgeon Wesley Hilton now lives in the 4815 W Clip Street in Yuma
Miguel Sanchez is now living in the 17324 S A 1/2 Avenue in Somerton Miguel Sanchez is now living in the 17324 S A 1/2 Avenue in Somerton
Michael Woodward is now living in the 10394 S Avenue 14 1/2 E in Yuma Michael Woodward is now living in the 10394 S Avenue 14 1/2 E in Yuma
David Vaughn is now living in the 5625 E County 5 1/2 Street #66 in Yuma David Vaughn is now living in the 5625 E County 5 1/2 Street #66 in Yuma

YUMA COUNTY, AZ - Four sex offenders have new addresses in Yuma County.

The Yuma County Sheriff's Office says Spurgeon Wesley Hilton now lives in the 4815 W Clip Street in Yuma.

In 1996, Hilton was convicted of having sexual conduct with a minor who was 15 years old. The 41 year old has a medium risk to reoffend.

 

 

 

YCSO says Miguel Sanchez is now living in the 17324 S A 1/2 Avenue in Somerton.

In 2007, Sanchez was convicted of furnishing materials to a 14 year old with sexual motivation. The 42 year old has a medium risk to reoffend.

 

 

 

Michael Woodward is now living in the 10394 S Avenue 14 1/2 E in Yuma.

YCSO says in 1987 Woodward was convicted on two separate offenses of attempted child molestation. They say the victims were 4 children related to him and ranged in age from one to 13.

Then in 1999, YCSO says Woodward was convicted of two counts of sexual assault of a 7 year old. The 53 year old has a high risk to reoffend.

 

 

 

YCSO says David Vaughn is now living in the 5625 E County 5 1/2 Street #66 in Yuma.

Vaughn was convicted of attempted child molestation in 2002. YCSO says he had 4 victims between the ages of 3 and 11. The 59 year old has a high risk to reoffend.

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