News 9 has learned new details about a Yukon 13-year-old victim involved in two separate sexual abuse investigations.
Canadian County investigators have arrested two men for raping the girl, and one of the suspects is a youth soccer coach.
The girl recently confessed the crimes to a drug rehab counselor, saying the assaults happened in late 2013.
The Canadian County Sheriff’s Office started investigating and said 50-year-old Roy Doshier gave the girl marijuana at his home near Czech Hall Road and S.W. 16th in Yukon.
“We've had to call the cops on him for being loud or screaming at the kids, and I don't even think he has any kids, so I thought it was kind of weird that there was always kids over there,” Doshier's neighbor, Hunter Shelton, said.
Investigators said the victim passed out on Doshier's couch and when she woke up, he was on top of her, raping her.
“It's sickening,” said Shelton. “I have a niece that's 13, so it's really disgusting to think about."
The girl also revealed a sexual relationship with 34-year-old Eric Beasterfeld, her soccer league coach, when she lived in Burns Flat.
The undersheriff said her sexual relationship with Beasterfeld started when she was 11 years old, before she moved to Yukon.
“The girl would actually make telephone calls to Beasterfeld, living in Burns Flat, who would come to Yukon to meet up with her, and then they would go to remote, rural locations,” Canadian County Undersheriff Chris West said.
Undersheriff West said both men confessed to raping the girl.
Doshier even drew a picture explaining it and signed it for investigators.
Investigators said the girl had a difficult childhood but is now getting help.
“We're real proud of what we've been able to accomplish, but there is no real joy in any of this because of the lives that are ruined,” West told News 9.
Doshier is currently in the Canadian County Jail on $50,000 bond.
Beasterfeld was booked on two counts of rape and has already bonded out.