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KHQ.COM -You're looking at Steven J. Schwartz. He's a Level 3 Sex Offender. Criminal history: Child Molestation and Indecent Solicitation Of A Child. Schwartz lives in the 4800 block of Rail Canyon Rd. in Springdale. He is NOT wanted. This is JUST a notification.

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