Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett said no charges have been brought to his office in either of the two reported stabbings of sex offender Zachary Meints, and police have not identified any suspects yet in the case.
"I know that the Boulder Police Department is working hard on investigating one incident and the Boulder County Sheriff's Office on the other," Garnett said. "At this time no charges have been presented to my office."
On March 31, Meints reported that a masked assailant stabbed him twice in the back outside his home at 679 Snowpeak Lane in unincorporated Boulder County. His injuries were reported as serious but not life-threatening.
On April 8, Meints told Boulder police investigators that he was walking in the 2100 block of Pine Street just before 3 p.m. when he was attacked and stabbed by an unknown man carrying a folding knife.
On Thursday, spokeswomen for both the Boulder Police Department and the Boulder County Sheriff's Office said each of their respective cases are still under investigation.
Meints, who was fired from his coaching position with the Rocky Mountain RoughRiders 15-and-under hockey team after an investigation was opened in September 2011, pleaded guilty in May 2012 to one count of Internet sexual exploitation.
He was sentenced in 2012 to 10 years of sex offender intensive supervised probation, which includes close monitoring of his personal relationships and regular polygraph tests to ensure he is not acting in a hypersexual way.
He is required to register as a sex offender for 10 years beyond when his probation is completed.