SA man convicted of sex crime against teen girl hasn't been seen in a year

Armando Olvera, 43, wanted for violating sex offender registration rules

SAN ANTONIO – Nearly six years after he was released from prison on a charge of sexual assault of a child, a San Antonio man is looking at the possibility of being sent back.

Armando Olvera, 43, has been wanted since August of 2017, when he was indicted on a charge of failure to comply with sex offender registration conditions.

"The charges alleged that Olvera failed to register a change of address with the local law enforcement authority and absconded from supervision," said Deputy U.S. Marshal Chris Bozeman.

Olvera is required to register as a sex offender annually for life. He was convicted in 2007 and sentenced to five years in prison for sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl.

The state's sex offender registry site shows Olvera registered with the San Antonio Police Department in 2016. His current status is listed as "absconded."

Olvera is 5 feet, 8 inches tall and he weighs 145 pounds. Olvera has black hair and brown eyes.

"His last known place of residence was on the North Side of San Antonio," Bozeman said.

If you have any information on Olvera's whereabouts, call the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force at (210) 657-8500.