San Diego Sexually Violent Predators
Sexually Violent Predators
District Attorney Summer Stephan is committed to public safety. One of her top goals is protecting the citizens of San Diego against high risk sex offenders. Our Sex Crimes Division works with the SAFE Task Force and all law enforcement agencies in San Diego County to make sure that high risk sex offenders who fail to register are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
There is a concentrated focus on sexually violent predators, some of whom have been released into our community for supervised outpatient treatment. Currently five sexually violent predators (SVPs) have been ordered into the community for supervised outpatient treatment which is considered the final phase of the Department of State Hospital's (DSH) Sex Offender Treatment Program. A profile on each of these individual is listed below.
The Department of State Hospitals is the agency responsible for locating and recommending housing for SVPs who have been ordered into our community for ongoing treatment. The District Attorney's Office is not involved in this process other than to notify the public once a proposal has been made and to ensure that the public's concerns and objections are brought to the court's attention before there is a ruling on the proposed location.
Profile of SVP Michael Joseph Martinez
Michael Joseph Martinez (DOB: 11-2-52) is diagnosed with a Pedophilia and Personality Disorder. Between 1979 and 2004 he was convicted in four separate cases of crimes including child molest, annoying/molesting a child, lewd or lascivious acts upon a child under 14 and annoying a child under 18. These crimes occurred in both San Diego and Los Angeles Counties.
Mr. Martinez was last sentenced to prison in 2004, to a term of four years. Prior to his release from prison, the San Diego County DA's Office filed a petition to civilly commit him as a Sexually Violent Predator. In 2009, Mr. Martinez was determined to be a Sexually Violent Predator (SVP) following a jury trial in San Diego County. On September 2, 2009, Martinez was civilly committed to the custody of Coalinga State Hospital and was ordered to undergo treatment at the state hospital. On July 7, 2017, Martinez petitioned the court to be granted release into the Conditional Release Program (CON-REP) for sex offenders pursuant to Welfare and Institutions Code 6608. This release, through the State Department of Mental Health (DMH) will begin his integration back to the community.
On October 26, 2017, Superior Court Judge Lisa Schall recommended Martinez for CON-REP and ordered Liberty Healthcare (LHC), a private entity contracted by DMH, to propose a program and location for Martinez’ release.
A public hearing for the proposed placement of Mr. Martinez is scheduled for March 16, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. in Department 2204, the Honorable David M. Gill presiding.
SAFE Press Release for Michael Joseph Martinez
Profile of SVP Ural Davis
Ural Davis (DOB: 5-6-66) is diagnosed with a Paraphilic Disorder. Between 1984 and 1992 he was convicted in three separate cases of crimes including forced oral copulation, forcible rape, and kidnap for sexual purposes. These crimes occurred within the county of San Diego. Each case involved the use of a weapon and in each case the victim was an adult female.
Mr. Davis was last sentenced to prison in 1993, to a term of 27 years. Prior to his release from prison, the DA's Office filed a petition to civilly commit him as a Sexually Violent Predator. In 2009, Mr. Davis was found to be an SVP and was ordered to undergo treatment at the state hospital. In August of 2014, Mr. Davis requested that the court find him suitable for outpatient treatment. A trial was held in November of 2015, in which the DA's Office opposed his request. After receiving testimony from various medical experts in the field, the court granted Mr. Davis’ request to be released from the hospital for outpatient treatment.
On December 16, 2015, the Department of State Hospitals (DSH) proposed placement of Mr. Davis at 45612 Old Highway 80, in Jacumba Hot Springs, California. Pursuant to Welfare & Institution Code section 6609.1, a public hearing was held on January 22, 2016 in order for the court to rule on the proposed placement. The court approved the placement and ordered that Mr. Davis be released to Liberty Healthcare on or before February 29, 2016.
SAFE Press Release Ural Davis
Terms & Conditions of Release for Ural Davis
Profile of SVP Terry Stone
Mr. Terry Stone (DOB: 6-13-50) is a diagnosed pedophile who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. He was convicted on three separate occasions for lewd and lascivious acts against five different victims who were between the ages of 6 and 11. The crimes for which he was convicted spanned a 10-year period and in 1994 he was sentenced to serve 19 years in prison for his crimes. Prior to his release date the San Diego county District Attorney's office filed a petition to commit Mr. Stone as a sexually violent predator. As a result, instead of being released Mr. Stone was committed to the state hospital as an SVP in February of 2003.
On May 20, 2014, the Court approved DSH's proposal to house Mr. Stone at 2632 Frying Pan Road, in Borrego Springs, CA.
A hearing on the status of Mr. Stone is scheduled for March 9, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. in Department 1902.
Profile of SVP Allen Fields
Allen Fields (DOB: 5-7-56) a diagnosed pedophile was convicted of molesting four male children who were between the ages of 10 and 13. The molests occurred over a five year period beginning in 1983, and included fondling, mutual masturbation, mutual oral copulation and attempted sodomy. Mr. Fields established relationships with each of the boys as either their care giver or as their boy scout troop leader. In 2000, after serving a 25 year state prison sentence, the District Attorney's Office prevailed on a civil petition to commit him to the state hospital as a sexually violent predator. Since that time he has remained in the hospital undergoing sex offender treatment. In March of 2003, he voluntarily submitted to surgical castration. In December of 2013, the court granted Mr. Field's petition for outpatient placement, finding that he could be safely released to the community for continued treatment and supervision.
After taking public comment regarding the proposed placement, on September 2, 2014, the Honorable
Judge Margie G. Woods approved DSH's proposal to place Mr. Fields at 1138 Custer Road in Campo.
He was ordered to be released to that location on or before October 24, 2014.
Terms & Conditions of Release for Allen Fields