Three females contacted police about their exchanges with Miller in the dating app throughout 2015. Police records reveal one 25-year-old got an email on OkCupid from a person because of the handle lucky4me123. On their profile, the guy offered himself being an “independent yet obviously caring” person who lived alone and hoped to “find that unique someone. ” he had been, OKCupid said, a “67% match” in compatibility when it comes to girl. She recognized Miller’s mugshot from a news article about Gaude’s warnings.
At the same time, Miller was in fact placed in the state’s online sex offender database for almost seven months. The Colorado bureau that administers the registry had no record of Match Group workers asking for information on people on its offender list during this time period. Continue reading “Through the procedures, Gaude proceeded neighborhood television and warned individuals who Miller could victimize other OkCupid users.”