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Registered sex offender allegedly puts woman's body in trunk, tells Riverside County sheriff's deputies

Jason_richard_budrow A 30-year-old registered sex offender with the numerals "666" tattooed over his right eyebrow was in custody Saturday after he drove to a Riverside County Sheriff's station in Lake Elsinore and told deputies that he had the body of a woman in the trunk of his car, authorities said.

Jason Richard Budrow, a resident of the Goodhope section of Riverside County, was arrested on suspicion of murder and booked at the Southwest Detention Center.

Budrow flagged down a sheriff's sergeant on Friday to tell him about the body. Since then, investigators have determined that Budrow, who was on parole, knew the victim and had a "dating relationship" with her.

The woman's name was not released, pending notification of her next of kin. The Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Division of Adult Parole is assisting with the investigation.

The Riverside County Sheriff's Department encouraged anyone with information involving this case to contact Investigator Randy Thomas of the Central Homicide Unit at (951) 955-2777.

-- David Zahniser

 
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Are you kidding me? How stupid do you have to be to associate yourself with somebody like this? A "666" tattoo over the eye? You just know things were going to go bad with this one.

Let's hope this time it's a one way trip to the death chamber.

The most amazing thing about this article is that a 30-year-old registered sex offender with the numerals "666" tattooed over his right eyebrow can find a girlfriend.

Well I guess that what you might expect if you have a "dating relationship" with a registered sex offender who has 666 tattooed on his forehead.

I wonder if he got the tattoo while in prison from a fellow inmate to make others aware he was evil?

I WISH THEY WOULD GIVE THE DEATH PENALTY TO ALL SEX OFFENDERS THEY WILL NEVER GET BETTER, WHEN WILL THEY LEARN THIS...HOW MANY PEOPLE HAVE TO SUFFER BEFORE SOMETHING IS SERIOUSLY DONE ABOUT THOSE SICK PEOPLE!

That can’t be an adult in the trunk. Sex offenders only rape and kill children.
I don’t understand either. Jacob's Law, Megan’s Law, Jessica’s law. Adam Walsh Act, or Chelsea’s Law didn’t stop this from happening? What about all the ankle bracelets? What about all the residency restrictions and safe zones? What about all the information online and offline about these guys? How could this happen? Those things are all in place because they work. They protect every body. They are in place so the offender does not have to flag down a sheriff to get noticed or caught right?………Right? I can’t wait until Norma Lopez’s killer/ killers flag down a sheriff. I would like to know what happened and why!

@North Georgia and anyone else...

The truth is this state has cut off its nose to spite its face and is in the business of breeding disease, not protecting us from it. The sad fact is, if you are caught pissing in a park...guess what...you are registered sex offender...and guess what else...you wont find a place to live....you be relegated to the streets... homeless, jobless, lifeless....but oh we are so much safe because we had the power to render you as such...Yes, oh yes....lets fill our streets with 18 yr old boys who were immature and dated a school-age Christian girl from a 'good home" ... and let the rabid psycho, hyper religious mother scream rape....oh yes....we are soooooooooo much safer now...and for the real sick bastards...filling our streets and alleys with them...ensuring zero stability or place in society...sling them to margins...that will surely teach them...demoralize them...feed the animal in them...til whatever humanity they had is utterly gone...ohnyes i feel so much safer now...don't you?


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