Oklahoma City Woman Accused Of Raping 13-Year-Old Boy


Monday, June 2nd 2014, 12:03 pm
By: News 9


An Oklahoma City woman was arrested, accused of raping her friend's 13-year-old son.

Officers arrested 28-year-old Jamie Etsitty Sunday morning.

Police first responded to a possible child molestation call at around midnight on Sunday. The woman reporting the crime said she went over to Etsitty's apartment to get a diaper bag and some clothes because she was allowing Etsitty and her two children to stay with her that night.

The woman said she let her 13-year-old son go inside with Etsitty to gather the items, but after some time passed she sent in her 8-year-old son to see what was taking the two so long. The 8-year-old boy went inside, but soon ran out and told his mother he saw and heard Etsitty and the 13-year-old doing "dirty" things.

The mom went inside to confront Etsitty, but she denied any wrongdoing. The mother told police both Etsitty and her son were acting strange and that Etsitty's hair was disheveled and her face was flush. The mother also told police that Etsitty was very intoxicated, and when they left her apartment she quickly passed out in the car.

An officer arrived at the home and interviewed the 13-year-old boy in his patrol car. The officer stated that the boy claimed Etsitty was drunk and "pushy" with him. He said Etsitty rubbed up against him and then stuck her hands in his pants. He told police that he was scared and didn't know what to do besides go along with it. He also admitted to the officer that he performed anal sex on Etsitty.

After hearing the boy's story the officer went inside the home and made contact with Etsitty, who was passed out on the couch. Upon waking the officer said Etsitty became more and more alert and could walk without assistance. After being interviewed, the officer said Etsitty confessed to her actions.

The officer also interviewed the 8-year-old boy about what he saw, and he told the officer, "I could see through the closet door they were doing nasty stuff and I could hear them banging around in the closet."

Officers then placed Etsitty under arrest. Her two children were allowed to stay at the residence while DHS was made aware of the situation. Etsitty also had two misdemeanor warrants out for her arrest for failure to appear. Her bond was set at $50,000.