The following subjects are level 2 sex offenders. They are not currently wanted by the Bullhead City Police Department at this time. The Bullhead City Police Department recently sent flyers to residents who live close to where the following sex offenders reside.
Sex offender notifications are not intended to increase fear; instead the Bullhead City Police Department believes that an informed community is a safer community. The Police Department will not tolerate people who use the information to threaten, intimidate or harass offenders.
“Megan’s Law” was named after 7-year-old Megan Kanka who was brutally raped and murdered by a sex offender who lived in her neighborhood in 1994. Megan’s parents demanded legislative action and believed that every parent should have the right to know if a sexual predator moves into their neighborhood.
LEVEL 2 SEX OFFENDERS:
Name: Brandon Alexander Davenport
Weight: 180 pounds
Address: 400 block of Lee Ave, Bullhead City.
General information: In 2009, Davenport was convicted of sexual conduct with a minor in Yavapai County, AZ. He was sentenced to one year in Arizona Department of Corrections.
Name: David Brian Lawson
Weight: 185 pounds
Address: 300 block of Rio Grande Ct, Bullhead City
General information: In 2003, Lawson was convicted of lewd and lascivious acts with a child 14 or 15 in Ventura County, CA. In 2012, Lawson was convicted of sexual battery in San Luis Obispo County, CA.
Concerned residents can log onto free websites to search for sex offenders (level 2 & 3) by zip code, address or by name at OffenderWatchâ by going to http://www.communitynotification.com/cap_main.php?office=55590.
Citizens may enter any address of interest to them, and see a map and listing of offenders within their preferred radius of that address. Then, they may confidentially register the address to be continuously monitored by the agency, which will send to them an email alerting them if an offender or predator should move near their registered address. Usually, citizens will register their homes, work addresses, parks, playgrounds, bus stops or other addresses of interest to them. Citizens may also confidentially register to be notified if a specific offender, who they wish to track, moves from their present address. Citizens may register as many addresses as they like, at no cost.