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Final Accuser Testifies Against Former OKC Police Officer

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A teenager took the stand in the Daniel Holtzclaw trial Tuesday.

She is the last of the 13 women who claim the former Oklahoma City police officer sexually assaulted them while on patrol in their northeast Oklahoma City neighborhood.

The jury also left the courtroom to go see where some of these alleged attacks took place.

The first accuser said she was pulled over, frisked, and forced to perform oral sex in the area near NE 50 Street and Beverly Drive. It is just one of the locations we believe the jury got to see up close for themselves this afternoon.

The prosecution, the defense and the judge would not talk about Tuesday's field trip outside the courthouse.

But before they left, the jury got to hear from that 13th alleged victim, who claimed she was only 17 when Holtzclaw came to her mother's home, started asking her questions, and then raped her inside the mud room of the house.

She testified that she told a friend, but did not report the attack to police. She said it was not until her mother contacted her on Facebook with an article about other women coming forward that she admitted the same thing had happened to her.

She testified while at first she did not want to talk to detectives, she later changed her mind and agreed to meet with them.

Holtzclaw is facing a total of 36 felony counts. The defense is expected to start calling its set of witnesses this week.

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