Man who put bounty on daughter’s boyfriend to be sentenced Monday
EL CAJON (CNS) – A Spring Valley man who put up posters offering a $3,000 “dead or alive” bounty on his daughter's boyfriend, a registered sex offender, is scheduled to be sentenced Monday in an El Cajon courtroom.
Domingos Jose Oliveira, 49, was convicted last month of solicitation of murder and making a criminal threat against his daughter's boyfriend, 33-year- old Sean Kirk, along with a hate crime allegation. Jurors deadlocked on a threat charge against the defendant's daughter.
Oliveira faces up to 12 years and eight months in prison when he is sentenced by Judge William McGrath.
Kirk told police he received numerous threatening emails and text messages while dating 20-year-old Samantha Oliveira earlier this year.
The victim said he was in class at Grossmont College when a teacher told him there were posters all over campus marked “dead or alive” and pointing out that he was a sex offender.
Kirk admitted to being a registered sex offender, saying he pleaded guilty to having sex with a girl he thought was 18.
Samantha Oliveira testified that her father was a racist and often made threats against her boyfriends.
Oliveira was arrested the morning of March 25th at his home, several hours after a search warrant was served at the Roadside Place residence, according to La Mesa police.
Police said they found the wanted poster on the defendant's computer.