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LAPD seeks leads in Pacific Palisades sex offender case

Los Angeles police said they are looking for women who may have been victims of a convicted sex offender who lives in Pacific Palisades and is now facing additional charges.

Alan Wurtzel, 66, is a previously convicted sex offender who met women through Internet ads, the Los Angeles Police Department said in a news release. Alan Wurtzel

The LAPD said Wurtzel was recently charged by the district attorney's office with two felony counts of sexual assault.

"As recently as May of this year, he was contacting women using the online dating site Match.com under the screen name 'a1an208,' " the news release said.  "Through these contacts, he eventually met a woman he sexually assaulted in her home, which led to his current charges."

Anyone with information is asked to call Officer Justin Malcuit of the LAPD's West Bureau Sexual Assault Detail at (213) 473-0404 or by e-mail at 36275@lapd.lacity.org.

-- Robert J. Lopez

Photo: lan Wurtzel. Credit: Los Angeles Police Department

 
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He looks just like David Hasselhoff! Really! He does. If you've seen D.H. lately (before his makeup crew spends an hour on him), that's what he looks like.

I didn't know sex offenders lived in rich communities too.

why is this man not on the California Sex Offender Registry?
History:

Alan Wurtzel, 63, pleaded no contest to six counts of sexual battery and was
sentenced to six years probation, mandatory sex offender registration, and one
year in jail. L.A. Superior Court Judge James Otto also ordered Wurtzel to pay a
$32,000 fine, make a $10,000 contribution to the California Coalition Against
Sexual Assault, and undergo 104 sessions of psychological treatment.

why is this man not on the California Sex Offender Registry?
History:

Alan Wurtzel, 63, pleaded no contest to six counts of sexual battery and was
sentenced to six years probation, mandatory sex offender registration, and one
year in jail. L.A. Superior Court Judge James Otto also ordered Wurtzel to pay a
$32,000 fine, make a $10,000 contribution to the California Coalition Against
Sexual Assault, and undergo 104 sessions of psychological treatment.

This PIG did not do time in jail, he spent his time in Glenn Dails Police station
every weekend for a year, and the reason for that is he has a LOT of money
that buy's his way out of anything he does, Stay away from this PIG.
I know this PIG, and he is a nasty old man that like to touch little girls, he is heart less, and so is his mother.


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