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Sexually Violent Predators
This page includes information about Sexually Violent Predators registered in unincorporated Arapahoe County and the City of Centennial.

Todd Garrisson Combs

The Sheriff’s Office is providing this notification pursuant to Colorado Revised Statutes 16-13-901 through 16-13-905.  

Todd Garrisson Combs was convicted of a sex offense that requires that he register as a sex offender with local law enforcement. Further, it has been determined that he presents a high potential for re-offending and is therefore subject to community notification regarding his residence in the community.  He is currently on probation in the state of Michigan and is residing here temporarily for work. 

Additional information about Combs, as well as general information about sex offenders, victimization and the sex offender registration program will be available via a video published on our YouTube channel. Due to the mature content of the information presented, the video is intended for adults. If you are unable to view the video, you can also find his information on our community bulletin.

Residency and Vigilantism
The Sheriff’s Office has no legal authority to direct where a sex offender may live. Unless court restrictions exist, they are constitutionally free to live wherever they choose. Sex offenders have always lived in our communities, but they were not required to notify law enforcement of their residence until registration laws were implemented pursuant to the Jacob Wetterling Act in 1994. Law enforcement may now share that information with members of their communities, and in the case of Sexually Violent Predators, law enforcement must actively notify community members. 

Vigilantism, or the use of this information to harass, threaten, or intimidate the subject of this notification is criminal behavior and will not be tolerated.