Saturday, January 11, 2014

Update on Pastor Jeremias Quintero's molestation case

Pastor Jeremias Quintero, profiled here, will not be allowed to attend church services if children are present.

Jeremias Quintero on Thursday sought a modification to his bond conditions that would allow him to attend church in Grand Junction. He also wanted permission to leave the state and defense attorney Vincent Felleter said Quintero would not be unsupervised with children.

He just wants to practice his religion, with little children and teenage boys. Let’s make sure the children are safe before we let a suspected child molester back in his hold haunts.

Jeremias Quintero on Thursday sought a modification to his bond conditions that would allow him to attend church in Grand Junction. He also wanted permission to leave the state and defense attorney Vincent Felleter said Quintero would not be unsupervised with children.

2 comments:

Joe Martínez said...

Do you, by any chance happen to have anymore updates on this case???

Noemi Correa said...

Did you know this man? He was falsey accused, and sentenced. Not in facts, or by justice. He was sentenced solely on the fact that the Judge said he did not show remorse. How does one show remorse for something they did not commit?? Our justice systme once again, has failed an innocent man. His mother, had a heart attack on the steps of the courthouse, knowing that her son was senteced wrongfully for a crime he did not commit. I pray that God has mercy on the souls of those involved.