Level 3 sex offender Ryan Nanez (courtesy of Bremerton PD)

Level 3 sex offender Ryan Nanez (courtesy of Bremerton PD)

Notification: sex offender released in Bremerton

A level three sex offender has been released to the 4400 block of Kitsap Way according to notification from the Bremerton Police Department.

Ryan L. Nanez, 33 was arrested in 2000 on charges of second-degree indecency with a child – sexual contact and again in 2001 on charges of first degree aggravated sexual assault of a child in Randall County Texas.

Nanez had served the sentence imposed on him by the courts and is not wanted by the police at this time.

Bremerton PD reminds the public that any abuse by citizens of this information or this man will not be tolerated and could end the community notification policy.

If citizens have any questions, they may contact the Bremerton Police Department’s Community Resource Unit who can provide information on personal safety.

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