Lea County Sheriff's Office searching for wanted New Mexico sex

Lea County Sheriff's Office searching for wanted New Mexico sex offender

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LEA COUNTY, New Mexico -

The Lea County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public’s help in locating sex offender Jeremy C. Villanueva. 

On May 3, Lea County Sheriffs Deputies unsuccessfully attempted to make contact with Villanueva at the address he had provided on his notice to register.

Villanueva failed to report for his initial sex offender registration with the Lea County Sheriffs Office. His whereabouts are unknown. Villanueva was convicted in November 1999 in the 28th Judicial District Court of Midland County, Texas for sexual assault.

Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers at 575-393-8005. Information that leads to the arrest of Villanueva may be eligible for a cash reward.

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