Offender: Quario Deeric Dozier

Victim: 14-year-old girl

Convicted On: Third Degree Sexual Assault.

Offense Date: 05/16/06

Magazine Sales Company: Urban Development Solutions

Offense Location: Forest Lake, Minnesota

 

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Forest Lake Police Department

210 North Lake Street

Forest Lake, MN 55025

Non-Emergency: (651) 464-5877

 

Police Detective: Scott Graff - 651-464-5877

Forest Lake Police Department Case # J06404439

DA: Karin McCarthy

651-430-6115

651-430-6205

Court Case # 82-K3-06-6601

Charged with 3rd degree sexual conduct.

Status: Plead Guilty and currently in custody.

Next court hearing Feb. 29, 2008.

 

Urban Development Solutions

18530 Mack Avenue Suite 530

Grosse Pointe Farms, MI 48236

(313) 878-6100

 

Urban Development Solutions Website:

http://www.urbands.com/default.html

 

See wanted page for more info on Dozier:

http://www.travelingsalescrews.info/wanted.html

 

 

http://webmail.tds.net/agent/mobmain?mobmain=1

 

Forest Lake, Minnesota

 

Posted on Thu, Nov. 30, 2006

 

Peddler sought in sex case

Police say man, 21, was selling magazines when he targeted girl, 14

 

BY ALEX FRIEDRICH

Pioneer Press

 

A man acting as a door-to-door salesman of magazines is wanted by police on suspicion of having sex with a 14-year-old Forest Lake girl he was soliciting.

 

Authorities don't know where 21-year-old Quario Deeric Dozier lives or how to find him, though they say his last known address was in East Point, Ga.

 

They say he sweet-talked a teen and her friend over several days last spring as he went door to door selling subscriptions.

 

How much of a danger he presents is unclear, said Forest Lake Police Chief Clark Quiring.

 

"I have no idea whether it's a crime of opportunity," he said, or whether he got into door-to-door sales to have access to women "who are vulnerable."

 

According to a Washington County criminal complaint filed against him, Dozier came to the girl's door May 15 and struck up a conversation with the student, who went to Century Junior High School at the time.

 

During the chat, he told her he was "trying to start a new life," the complaint states. The girl did not allow him into the house.

 

A friend apparently gave Dozier the girl's number. He began "bugging" her with calls, the girl told police, yet they continued to talk on the phone sometimes for as long as two hours.

 

Meanwhile, Dozier had his own problems. Police stopped him May 16 and warned him to stop going door to door without a license, Quiring said.

 

At the time, he told an officer he sold magazine subscriptions for Urban Development Solutions out of Grosse Pointe, Mich.

 

But a woman who identified herself as the office manager there said no one by that name had worked for the organization in the past year.

 

On May 16 or 17, as the teen and her friend were preparing to go to a wake, Dozier returned to her house, and she finally allowed him in, the complaint states.

 

After he repeatedly urged her to have sex, she told investigators, she finally gave in after her friend left the house. They had sex in the basement bathroom near her room, the complaint states, and then proceeded to watch television.

 

Soon the girl's grandmother came to the residence and asked Dozier who he was. He said his name was "Ryan," that he was 17 years old and recently had graduated from Forest Lake High School, the complaint states.

 

The woman told investigators Dozier looked older than 17 and that she asked him why he was "sniffing around" a 14-year-old. She made him leave.

 

Dozier returned to the teen's home about 1 a.m. May 19 after taking a cab from New Hope. But he failed to pay the cabdriver the fare the amount wasn't stated and police arrested Dozier after the cabbie flagged down a patrol car to complain, Quiring said.

 

He was released later that day.

 

The teen went to the police May 22, Quiring said.

 

Dozier faces a charge of third-degree criminal sexual conduct.

 

Quiring said police have heard about no other such incidents in Forest Lake.

 

Alex Friedrich can be reached at afriedrich@pioneerpress.com or 651-228-2109.

 

 

 

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Peddler sought in sex case

The Minneapolis-St. Paul Pioneer Press

 

November 29, 2006

 

I have no idea whether it's a crime of opportunity A man acting as a door-to-door salesman of magazines is wanted by police on suspicion of having sex with a 14-year-old Forest Lake girl he was soliciting.

 

Authorities don't know where 21-year-old Quario Deeric Dozier lives or how to find him, though they say his last known address was in East Point, Ga.

 

They say he sweet-talked a teen and her friend over several days last spring as he went door to door selling subscriptions.

 

How much of a danger he presents is unclear, said Forest Lake Police Chief Clark Quiring.

 

'I have no idea whether it's a crime of opportunity,' he said, or whether he got into door-to-door sales to have access to women 'who are vulnerable.'

 

According to a Washington County criminal complaint filed against him, Dozier came to the girl's door May 15 and struck up a conversation with the student, who went to Century Junior High School at the time.

 

During the chat, he told her he was 'trying to start a new life,' the complaint states. The girl did not allow him into the house.

 

A friend apparently gave Dozier the girl's number. He began 'bugging' her with calls, the girl told police, yet they continued to talk on the phone - sometimes for as long as two hours.

 

Meanwhile, Dozier had his own problems. Police stopped him May 16 and warned him to stop going door to door without a license, Quiring said.

 

At the time, he told an officer he sold magazine subscriptions for Urban Development Solutions out of Grosse Pointe, Mich.

 

But a woman who identified herself as the office manager there said no one by that name had worked for the organization in the past year.

 

On May 16 or 17, as the teen and her friend were preparing to go to a wake, Dozier returned to her house, and she finally allowed him in, the complaint states.

 

After he repeatedly urged her to have sex, she told investigators, she finally gave in after her friend left the house. They had sex in the basement bathroom near her room, the complaint states, and then proceeded to watch television.

 

Soon the girl's grandmother came to the residence and asked Dozier who he was. He said his name was 'Ryan,' that he was 17 years old and recently had graduated from Forest Lake High School, the complaint states.

 

The woman told investigators Dozier looked older than 17 and that she asked him why he was 'sniffing around' a 14-year-old. She made him leave.

 

Dozier returned to the teen's home about 1 a.m. May 19 after taking a cab from New Hope. But he failed to pay the cabdriver the fare - the amount wasn't stated - and police arrested Dozier after the cabbie flagged down a patrol car to complain, Quiring said.

 

He was released later that day.

The teen went to the police May 22, Quiring said.

Dozier faces a charge of third-degree criminal sexual conduct.

Quiring said police have heard about no other such incidents in Forest Lake.

 

Alex Friedrich can be reached at afriedrich@pioneerpress.com or 651-228-2109.

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Sexual assault suspect picked up in Georgia

Wednesday, March 21, 2007 8:50 AM CDT.

 

presspubs.com

White Bear Lake, MN

 

A Georgia man, 21, who disappeared last spring after being accused of sexually assaulting a Forest Lake girl, was arrested and extradited to Minnesota Feb. 27.

 

The defendant, Quario Deeric Dozier, of East Point, Ga., is charged with criminal sexual conduct in the third degree.

 

The complaint states that Dozier met the girl, who was then age 14, last May while selling magazines and vacuum cleaners door-to-door.

 

The girl denied letting Dozier into the house at their first meeting, but he somehow got her phone number and started calling her. He told her he was trying to start a new life.

 

A few days later, the man came to her door again and the girl allowed him in. It was at that time the sexual assault was alleged to have occurred.

 

When the girl's grandmother arrived at the home, Dozier told her he was 17 and a Forest Lake High School graduate. She made him leave the house.

 

When Dozier returned a few days later, he was arrested for theft of services for failing to pay a cab fare. Police identified him and discovered he had been warned regarding solicitation without a permit.

 

The girl told her friend she had been raped. Forest Lake police were alerted by a teacher at Century Junior High, who told them a female student may have been sexually assaulted a few days earlier.

 

A felony warrant was issued, but by that time, Dozier was gone.

 

Recently picked up in Fulton County, Ga., he is currently in the Washington County jail awaiting appearance in court. Maximum penalty for the crime is 15 years in prison and a $30,000 fine.