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Santa Rosa Junior College Police Department
Monday May 8th, 2017 :: 03:26 p.m. PDT

SRJC District Police Arrest Parolee At Large

On Monday, May 8, 2017, at approximately 10:50 a.m., Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) District Police Department Officers arrested parolee at large Daniel Jaebok Lee, a 41 year old transient, on a felony warrant out of Orange County and for felony violation of sex offender registration requirements, Section 290.018(b) of the California Penal Code.

The SRJC District Police became aware of Daniel Jaebok Lee because of reported unusual behavior in one of his classes. The District Police conducted a routine threat assessment. It was discovered Daniel Jaebok Lee was using an alias to attend the SRJC as a student. Upon further investigation, the District Police found Daniel Jaebok Lee was a sex crimes registrant for indecent exposure, child molestation, attempted lewd acts on a child under 14 and assault with intent to commit rape. It was then discovered he failed to register as a sex registrant and had illegally fled Orange County where he was on parole. A felony warrant was issued for his arrest.

After a week of actively searching for Daniel Jaebok Lee, the District Police arrested this violent, high risk sexual predator without incident on the Santa Rosa Campus. Daniel Jaebok Lee was booked at the Sonoma County Jail for processing and for extradition to Orange County.

This information is being released pursuant to Penal Code Section 290, commonly known as Megan’s Law. It should be stressed that it is illegal to use this information to commit a crime against any sex registrant or to engage in illegal discrimination or harassment against any sex registrant.

High-risk sex offenders have been identified by the California Department of Justice as having a high risk of re-offending and who may pose a greater danger to the public than other offenders. Additional access by the public to registered sex offender information can be obtained through the California Sex Offender Registry by viewing California Department of Justice’s website at The attached photograph is a screen shot from the Megan’s Law website which is public information and accessible to all.

Anyone with information regarding this case can contact the Santa Rosa Junior College District Police Department at (707)527-1000 and reference case number JC17-246. All press inquiries involving the SRJC District Police criminal investigation can be made to Lieutenant Robert Brownlee at (707)527-1000.

Santa Rosa Junior College Police Department
2032 Armory Dr
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 707-527-1000

1501 Mendocino Ave
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

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