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Ryan Kapuscinski Biography — Wiki

Ryan Kapuscinski is a New Mexico man and former youth volleyball coach who has been charged with more than 50 felonies for sex with three minors between the ages of 11 and 15. In total, Kapuscinski was charged with 52 felonies, including 44 counts of criminal sexual penetration of a minor. He’s also accused of bribing or threatening a witness, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and possession of a visual medium of sexual exploitation of a child between the ages of 13 and 18.

The crimes allegedly took place between 2014 and 2018, according to online court records.

Ryan Kapuscinski Age

Ryan Kapuscinski is 28 years old.

Ryan Kapuscinski charged with 52 felonies for ‘raping at least three young girls

Ryan Kapuscinski’s attorney told local station KOB 4 that Kapuscinski denies the charges and will plead not guilty at trial. He is currently being held without bond.

‘Over the course of a few years, the defendant raped at least three young girls,’ the district attorney’s office said in a statement. ‘This is a person that has absolutely no regard for the safety of others, and preys on vulnerable and innocent victims to gratify his own sexual pleasures.’

What we know so far about Ryan Kapuscinski

Kapuscinski was previously charged in 2014 for having sex with a minor but only received probation after pleading no contest.  According to KOB 4, he coached females ranging in age from 13 to 18 years old at the New Mexico Juniors Volleyball Club in Albuquerque when he was arrested in 2014.

Kapuscinski sparked outrage in 2015 when he was allowed to participate in an on-campus volleyball tournament at the University of New Mexico following his arrest. According to local station KRQE, that tournament also included young girls.

‘That’s very scary,’ UNM student Michelle Delaney told KRQE in 2015.

‘I’d definitely be uncomfortable, especially when I know that children are around him,’ said George Quintero.

Following the uproar, a UNM spokesperson explained the decision to allow Kapuscinski to play in the tournament.

‘He was allowed to register for the event because he is an active student at the university with all the rights and privileges of being a student,’ read the email to KRQE.

According to KRQE, Kapuscinski was prohibited from being near his victim or any witnesses from his 2014 trial but was not barred from being around other children.

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