Yukon resident admittedly raped 13-year-old girl; you won’t believe what else he told police
YUKON, Okla. – Investigators with the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office say they arrested Roy D. Doshier, 50, of Yukon Thursday after they received and followed up on information that he had sexually assaulted a 13-year-old female in December of 2013.
Investigators were informed by the victim that she had been raped by Doshier on one occasion, after he had provided her with marijuana at his residence.
According to the victim, she had smoke marijuana at his residence located on SW 16th in Yukon.
The victim also indicated that she passed out on Doshier’s couch when she regained consciousness, Doshier was on top her her, and raping her.
Based on the girl’s statements, investigators with the Sheriff’s Office went to Doshier’s residence Thursday morning and upon making contact with Doshier, he agreed to cooperate with the investigation.
After investigators told Doshier what the girl had said, Doshier confirmed that it occurred.
After Doshier confirmed that the incident occurred, he gave the investigators a hand sketched illustration of how much penetration he made with the victim.
Doshier even initialed the sketch indicating that it was his rendition of the rape.
“Words can’t express the disgust I have for anyone who preys on children in the manner Doshier readily admitted to. His rape of this young girl is just a demonstration of what happens when these predators lack the fear of accountability to law enforcement for their actions,” Said Randall Edwards, Canadian County Sheriff.
Investigators learned of Doshier’s crimes against the girl while taking statement from the victim concerning a different case where she was raped by her soccer coach from Burns Flat, who was arrested in June of this year.
Doshier, a convicted felon was taken into custody at his residence and transported the Canadian County Jail and booked in on the charge of Rape in the First Degree.
Doshier’s bond has been set at $50,000.00 and he remains in jail. If convicted, he faces up to life in prison.