Jesse Miles Davis, 45, of Idledale, Colorado, has been arrested on suspicion of sex assault and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. In his arrest affidavit, Davis is described as the Director …
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Jesse Miles Davis, 45, of Idledale, Colorado, has been arrested on suspicion of sex assault and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. In his arrest affidavit, Davis is described as the Director for the Colorado Girls Youth Hockey League. A witness, whose name has been redacted in the affidavit, stated her concerns that Davis is with teenage girls, “All day, every day.”
Davis’ social media accounts show him to be a frequent visitor at the Edge Ice Arena in south Jeffco, and also refer to him being a youth hockey coach with his Instagram account listing him as “Director, Rocky Mountain Hockey Schools.” The Rocky Mountain Hockey Schools website has no current mention of Davis.
According to information in the arrest affidavit, the charges against Davis stem from an alleged assault that took place June 13, 2020, at his home. Although heavily redacted, the affidavit alleges Davis brought a half-full bottle of Fireball Whiskey into a tent where two underage girls, his girlfriend’s daughter and her friend, were having a sleepover in his backyard. He is accused of allowing the girls to drink the whiskey until both were intoxicated and then sexually assaulting the friend of his girlfriend’s daughter. The affidavit states the group had also been smoking marijuana in the tent.
In the affidavit, the alleged victim states that earlier in the evening, the group had been watching a movie, eating, drinking wine and occasional shots of whiskey. She said she and her friend had already been feeling intoxicated when they went into the tent for the night. Approximately 30 minutes later Davis came back into the backyard from his house and invited himself into the tent.
The alleged victim states that after they finished the bottle of whiskey, she was very intoxicated and felt like she was going to be sick. When investigators asked how drunk she felt, on a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being sober, and 10 being extremely drunk, she replied she was definitely a 10.
Davis was in court Feb. 5, where he was formally advised of charges against him. His case is set for a preliminary hearing March 3, at 10:30 a.m.
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