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Community Notification: Tier 3 Sex Offenders Move to Reno

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Jeremiah Greaney Jeremiah Greaney

From the Regional Sex Offender Notification Unit:

The Regional Sex Offender Notification Unit (RSONU) is informing the general public of informational matters related to two Tier III (High Risk) Sex Offenders.

Mr. Jeremiah Greaney, age 41, has been assessed as a Tier III Offender by the State of Nevada Sex Offender Registry.  The RSONU has been notified that he will be residing in the 1000 block of Charles Drive, and is employed in the 5000 block of Mae Ann, both locations are in Reno.          
 
Mr. Greaney is in compliance with all Sex Offender laws, and is not wanted by law enforcement. 
 
Mr. Greaney is currently being supervised by the State of Nevada, Department of Public Safety, Division of Parole and Probation.  You may contact them at 775-684-2300 for more information.
 
Mr. Santiago Lopez, age 50, has been assessed as a Tier III Offender by the State of Nevada Sex Offender Registry.  The RSONU has been notified that he will be residing in the 100 block of Boyd Street, and the 7000 Block of Cumberland Circle, both are in Reno.  Mr. Lopez is currently unemployed.           
 
Mr. Lopez is in compliance with all Sex Offender laws, and is not wanted by law enforcement. 
 
Mr. Lopez is not currently being supervised by the State of Nevada, Department of Public Safety, Division of Parole and Probation.  Additional information on this offender, in addition to other moderate and high risk offenders in the State of Nevada, is available at:
 
  www.nvsexoffenders.gov or at www.nsopr.gov.
 
Anyone with questions about this offender can call the RSONU at 775-353-2244, Monday through Friday, 7a-5p. 
 
Citizen abuse of this information to threaten, intimidate or harass registered sex offenders will NOT be tolerated.  Any threats, intimidation or harassment against the offender is unlawful, and could subject the individual engaging in such an act to criminal prosecution, in addition to possible civil liability.
 
The RSONU is a collaborative effort between law enforcement in Reno, Sparks and Washoe County to monitor, and enforce the requirements set forth in the Nevada Revised Statutes for, Registered Sex Offenders.

From the Regional Sex Offender Notification Unit

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