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Court documents: Former Sand Creek paraprofessional provided drugs and sexually assaulted former student

Posted at 9:14 AM, Oct 30, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-30 11:14:21-04

COLORADO SPRINGS – According to an arrest affidavit, a Sand Creek High School student told police his former paraprofessional provided drugs and alcohol and sexually assaulted him after he passed out.

Police arrested 30-year-old Keean Davis last Tuesday after a student contacted his resource officer at Sand Creek High School to report the allegations.

Colorado Springs Police said Davis previously worked as a paraprofessional, cheer coach, and security guard at several schools prior to his arrest. He was booked into jail on suspicion of sexual assault on a child by someone in a position of trust and delinquency of a minor.

Court documents detailed that Davis was the student’s paraprofessional from February 2018 until May 2018. The student said Davis contacted him after the school year and provided clothes and food. That student then told police David provided him”cocaine, acid, mushrooms, Percocet, Xanax and alcohol.”

The student said Davis invited the boy to his home in late August or early September where he provided the boy enough drugs and alcohol that he passed out. When the student woke up, he was in pain and believed he was sexually assaulted.

The student told police Davis dropped him off at school while he was still intoxicated from the night before. The student said he started using drugs provided by Davis every day.

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

In addition to that incident, the student said Davis also sexually assaulted him when he ran away from home for four days in late September.

The boy said he stayed at hotels in Aurora, Arvada and Colorado Springs and that Davis sexually assaulted him at each hotel. The student told police he did not want to have sex with Davis, but he asked the student to have sex with him in order to get drugs.

The boy also reported having a seizure caused by a drug overdose during his time away from home. Police said he was admitted to a Denver hospital for treatment. That hospital visit was confirmed by CSPD.

Police said they interviewed Davis after the boy was admitted to the hospital. According to CSPD, Davis admitted he was in contact with the boy while he ran away, but denied giving him drugs. Police said he did admit to “hanging out” with the boy on several occasions.

The boy’s father obtained a temporary protection order against Davis following that incident.

The student reported another sexual assault several weeks later at a Colorado Springs hotel on October 19. The boy told police Davis gave him Percocet, Xanax and alcohol until he passed out. He woke up again feeling pain and believed Davis had sex with him without his consent.

After the interview, the student signed a form that allowed police to intercept his communications with Davis. The student contacted Davis over Snapchat, where police said he admitted to having sex with the boy and admitted to providing him Percocet and Xanax.

Police also found an invoice that claimed Davis checked into a La Quinta Inn off of Sinton Road at midnight on Oct. 20 and checked out later that morning. Police also found that Davis stayed at the same hotel on Sept. 23, 2018, which police said matched the boy’s description of the events while he was on the run.

The affidavit said Davis worked at Vista Peak Preparatory School in Aurora at the time of his arrest. 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. Police said there were allegations of misconduct with other students, which led to his dismissal from Sand Creek High School.

Police said they have already gathered information about other possible victims, and they’re asking others 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.