Community Notification of SVP
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Press Release: 1305-020
Wednesday, May 29, 2013, 2:30 PM [RELEASE AT WILL]
In accordance with Colorado law, the Colorado Springs Police Department is notifying the community that Wesly Leroy Lehmkuhl has moved to a new address in the Colorado Springs Police Department’s jurisdiction. Lehmkuhl is a sex offender whose past behavior has led him to be labeled a “sexually violent predator” (SVP) by the court/parole board. Accordingly, the Colorado Springs Police Department has made “community notification” as required by law and undertaken the following tasks, among others:
- Notified the D.O.C. Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB) Notification Team.
- Reviewed and confirmed Lehmkuhl’s residence, employment, access to vehicles, legal status, and past crimes.
- Briefed patrol personnel on Lehmkuhl’s status, history, appearance, residence, employment and vehicles.
- Notified surrounding law enforcement agencies.
- Provided an online video that describes the SVP community notification process, SVP information and additional resources for the community.
- Online Community Notification video at:
The Colorado Springs Police Department will make all reasonable efforts to ensure that Lehmkuhl registers as a sex offender and that he understands his responsibilities as such.
Lehmkuhl’s criminal history reveals that in 1998 he was convicted in El Paso County, Colorado for Sexual Assault on a Child by One in a Position of Trust. Lehmkuhl was convicted of having sexual contact with a 13 year old female.
Lehmkuhl has also been convicted of Failure to Register as a Sex Offender, DWAI (2), and Traffic Offenses. He is not on parole or probation.
Lehmkuhl is currently registered at 2237 East Boulder Street #10 Colorado Springs, CO 80907. He is described as being a white male, 65 years old, 5’10” tall, 140 lbs, with gray hair and blue eyes.
Lehmkuhl is one of eleven (11) “Sexually Violent Predators” currently registered with the Colorado Springs Police Department who reside in this community. The Colorado Springs Police Department takes his presence in our community very seriously and is intent on insuring he conducts himself in a lawful manner and that our citizens remain safe and aware.
Anyone with further questions about this SVP and this Community Notification process can contact Detective Rob Meredith of the Colorado Springs Police Department Investigations Division at phone 719-444-7665.