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Man pleads not guilty to offering 'dead or alive' bounty on daughter's boyfriend

March 29, 2011 |  4:29 pm

Bounty A 49-year-old Spring Valley man Tuesday pleaded not guilty  to charges of posting fliers at a local college offering a $3,000 bounty for the body, "dead or alive," of his teenage daughter's boyfriend.

Domingos Oliveira is charged with plastering the posters at Grossmont College in El Cajon with the name and photo of a 33-year-old man -- a registered sex offender -- who is allegedly dating Oliveira's 19-year-old daughter.

Oliveira is charged with solicitation of murder and two counts of making a criminal threat. The maximum sentence, if he is convicted on all counts, is 11 years in prison, officials said.

A San Diego County Superior Court judge in the El Cajon court put bail at $250,000.

According to court documents, the daughter's boyfriend was convicted of lewd conduct with a 14-year-old.

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-- Tony Perry in San Diego

Photo: Domingos Oliveira. Credit: Fox 5-San Diego

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