Oklahoma mother holds HIV-positive youth baseball coach at gunpoint after finding him raping her daughter: Report

An Oklahoma mother says she found an HIV-positive youth sports coach sexually abusing her young daughter in her home and held him at gunpoint. fox news digital.

According to authorities, the suspect, Donovan Scott Shepherd, 39, was involved in a fight at a bar on January 13th, after which his mother came to pick him up. He was staying with his mother and daughter when the incident occurred. Mr. Shepherd coached youth baseball in the area for several years.

The 12-year-old girl told investigators,[h]I was raped after her mother made a horrifying discovery.

The minor was asleep when his mother and Shepherd returned home the night of the bar fight. After the girl's mother went to bed, Shepherd said she went into the girl's room. Her mother woke up at some point during the night and found Shepard raping her daughter.

Authorities were immediately contacted and when they arrived, they found the mother pointing a gun at Shepard.

Shepherd previously coached youth baseball for a team called the Oklahoma Aftermath. During his interrogation, he admitted that he was HIV positive and that he was not wearing a condom during the sexual assault, police said. kansas city star.

The minor stated that this was not the first time Shepard had raped her. She claimed he raped her six times starting when she was 11 years old. One of the incidents occurred on her 12th birthday, authorities said.

Shepard was arrested and taken into custody after the incident. He is currently being held in the Cleveland County Jail on $500,000 bail. Fox News Digital said he was charged with “lewd or obscene advances or acts toward a child, engaging in a series of criminal offenses, exposing another person to AIDS, first-degree rape, and rape with an instrument.” It was reported that he had been indicted.

by National Crime Victims Centerapproximately 1 in 5 girls is a victim of child sexual abuse, while 1 in 20 boys is a victim of child sexual abuse.

The report states that 16% of 14- to 17-year-olds in the United States have been sexually abused in a given year. And over the course of their lifetime, 28% of American youth between the ages of 14 and 17 experience sexual abuse.

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