Level II & III Sex Offenders

LEVEL III OFFENDERS IN KIRKLAND:

Name: Daniel Lawrence Luera

Offenses: 9.68A.090 Communication with a minor for immoral purposes,
9A.44.083 Child molestation in the first degree

Address: 11400 block of 100th AVE NE Kirkland, WA 98033

Date Convicted: 04/17/2002

Name: Daryl Rudra Sharma

Offenses: 9A.36.031 Assault in the 3rd degree

Address: 12200 block of 95th Pl NE, Kirkland, WA 98034

Date Convicted: 01/06/2012

 

LEVEL II OFFENDERS IN KIRKLAND:

Name: Michael Edward Lamb

Offenses: 9A.44.100 Indecent liberties,
9A.44.083 Child molestation in the 1st degree, 
9A.44.130(11)(A) Sexual offender-Felony-failure to register

Address: 14400 block of 88th AVE NE, Kirkland, WA 98034

Date Convicted: 06/21/1991, 02/10/2000, 07/06/2012

Name: Daniel Jose Lile

Offenses: 9A.44.083 Child molestation in the 1st degree

Address: 10100 block of NE 64th St, Kirkland, WA 98033

Date Convicted: 12/05/2019

 

Offender Search Tools

Please visit King County Offender Information website. 

Sex Offender FAQs

What is a Sex Offender?

The term "sex offender" refers to any person convicted of Rape, Rape of a Child, Child Molestation, Sexual Misconduct with a Minor, Sexual Violation of Human Remains, Incest, Communication with a Minor for Immoral Purposes, a Felony with a finding of sexual motivation, or a Federal out-of-state conviction that, under Washington State Law, would be classified as a felony sex offense.
See RCW# 9A.44, 9A.64.020, 9.68A.090, and 13.40.135.

Who must register as a sex offender?

Any adult or juvenile who has been convicted of any sex offense (listed above) after February 28, 1990, or who is on active supervision for a sex offense; or who has been committed as a sexually violent predator.

How long must an offender continue to register?

The duration of an offender's duty to register is based up on the original offense:

  • Class A Felony: May stop registering only upon the petition of the superior court.
  • Class B Felony: Fifteen years from the last date of release from confinement or entry of the judgment and sentence; if the person has spent 15 consecutive years in the community without being convicted of any new offenses.
  • Class C Felony: Ten years from the last date of release from confinement or entry of the judgment and sentence; if the person has spent 10 consecutive years in the community without being convicted of any new offenses.
  • Petition of Court: Any person having the duty to register, or an offender having the duty to register for a sex offense when the offender was a juvenile, may petition the superior court to be relieved of that duty.

Who decides where a sex offender may live?

The Kirkland Police Department has no legal authority to direct where sex offenders may or may not live. Unless court-ordered restrictions exist, the offender is constitutionally free to live wherever he or she chooses.

What is a Risk Level?

One of three risk levels is assigned to a sex offender based on the potential risk to reoffend. Past criminal history, conviction data, and psychological behavioral evaluations are considered:

  • Level I: Considered a Low Risk to reoffend.
  • Level II: Considered a Moderate Risk to reoffend.
  • Level III: Considered a High Risk to reoffend.

Under what authority is sex offender information released to the public?

This Department releases sex offender information pursuant to RCW 4.24.550 which authorizes law enforcement to: release information to the public regarding sex offenders when the agency determines that disclosure of information is relevant and necessary to protect the public and to counteract the danger created by the particular offender. The content of the information made available, as well as where and how the information is disseminated, is restricted to the standards set forth in Chapter 4.24 and by the Washington State Supreme Court ruling in State v. Ward, 123 Wa 2d 488 (1994.)

What guidelines are used to determine the extent of public disclosure?

  • Level I: Information about Level 1 offenders shall be shared with other law enforcement agencies and, upon request, the Department may disclose relevant, necessary, and accurate information to any victim or witness to the offense and to any individual community member who lives near the residence where the offender resides, expects to reside, or is regularly found. Level I offenders MAY NOT be the subject of general public notification.
  • Level II: Relevant, necessary, and accurate information concerning Level II offenders may be disclosed to the public and private schools, child daycare centers, family daycare providers, businesses and organizations that serve primarily children, women or vulnerable adults, and neighbors and community groups near the residence where the offender resides, expects to reside, or is regularly found. Level II offenders MAY NOT be the subject of general public notification.
  • Level III: Relevant, accurate, and necessary information concerning Level III offenders MAY BE disclosed to the public at large.

What steps should I take to protect my family?

Sex offenders, including those who live in the community and haven't satisfied their obligations to register, have always been with us. Personal safety questions can be answered by the Community Services Unit 425-587-3401.

Where can I go to get information about registered sex offenders living in the city limits of Kirkland or in King County?

The King County Sheriff’s Sex Offender Section has a website that provides sex offender information for Level II and III offenders in King County. It may be found at www.kingcounty.gov/safety/sheriff/SOSearch.aspx

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LEVEL III OFFENDERS - NOTIFICATION OF RELEASE

The Kirkland Police Department is releasing the above information pursuant to RCW 4.24.550 and the Washington Supreme Court Decision in State v. Ward, which authorizes law enforcement agencies to inform the public of a sex offender’s release when such information will enhance public safety and protection. This notification is not intended to increase fear; rather, it is our belief that an informed public is a safer public.

These offenders have been convicted of a crime which requires registration with the sheriff’s office in their county of residence. Further, their previous criminal history places them in a classification level which reflects the potential to re-offend.

These offenders have served the sentences imposed on them by the courts, THEY ARE NOT WANTED BY THE POLICE AT THIS TIME.

The Kirkland Police Department has no legal authority to direct where sex offenders may or may not live. Unless court ordered restrictions exist, these offenders are constitutionally free to live wherever they choose. Sex offenders have always lived in our communities, but it was the Community Protection Act of 1990 that forced them to register, thus giving law enforcement the ability to track their whereabouts and collect information which in many cases can be shared with the community. Citizen abuse of this information to threaten, intimidate or harass sex offenders will not be tolerated. Such abuse could potentially end our ability to release this important information to the public.

The Kirkland Police Department is available to help you set up block watches, and provide you with useful information on personal safety. If you have information regarding current criminal activity of this or any other offender, please call 911.