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More victims possible in sexual assault on a child case

Posted at 6:05 PM, Oct 26, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-26 21:59:05-04

COLORADO SPRINGS – Newly released court documents paint a picture of drug abuse and a history of sexual assaults as a Colorado Springs high school student describes to police alleged acts by a former paraprofessional educator.

The affidavit in the case of 30-year-old Keean Davis was released late Friday, in it, the victim who came forward tells police of several incidents where he said he was passed out after being drugged and drunk.

Keean Davis
Keean Davis is accused of sexually assaulting a minor in Colorado Springs.

The victim approached the Sand Creek High School school resource officer on Monday and began to lay out his story of being drugged and sexually assaulted on several occasions. The victim told police the most recent assault took place on Saturday night, at a hotel.

The documents show, he went on to tell police that this was not the first time he believed he was assaulted by Davis, stating incidents occurred at Davis’ home as well as during a four day stint where the victim was reported as a runaway and was in Aurora and Arvada, he said with Davis.

The victim reported being given cocaine, acid, mushrooms, Percocet, Xanax and alcohol before the alleged abuse took place. He reported being hospitalized for a drug-induced seizure and overdose at a hospital in Denver as part of his time on the run.

“I will tell you we have identified more than one victim,” said CSPD LT. Howard Black.

Davis is currently facing charges of sexual assault on a child by someone in a position of trust and delinquency of a minor. New charges were added late Friday night to include sexual assault on a child with a pattern of abuse.

“These kind of cases are heart breaking. They change lives forever. And what’s so important is for us to get them identified, “Black said.

Online court records show Davis is back in jail Friday night after initially posting a $20,000 bond. Detectives have already gathered information about other possible victims in this investigation.

“Our detectives will be working through the weekend or however long it takes them to know that they are at end of the road of this individual victimization,” said Black.

Davis reportedly worked with minors in Colorado Springs and the Denver-metro area. He reportedly worked as a paraprofessional educator, a cheer coach and a security guard.

District 49 confirms Davis worked at Sand Creek High School and the Kid’s Corner Site at Woodmen Hills Elementary from January 2017 to May 2018. The affidavit shows Davis working as a security guard at Vista Peak Preparatory School in Aurora.

Colorado Springs Police are asking anyone with information possibly related to this case to come forward. Call 719-444-7000 to speak to a representative for the department. If you wish to remain anonymous, you may call Crime Stoppers Tip Line at (719) 634-STOP (7867) or 1-800-222-8477.