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Pasco man charged with sexual battery of girl, 15

Donald Keith Feimster was arrested after a teenage girl called 911 from his house.

Donald Keith Feimster was arrested after a teenage girl called 911 from his house.

NEW PORT RICHEY — A 48-year-old man was arrested after he picked up a 15-year-old girl, took her on a drug deal and raped her, deputies said.

Donald Keith Feimster picked up the girl in his car Sunday, according to a Pasco County Sheriff's Office report. Then he drove to another, unspecified location to buy cocaine, the report said.

Feimster took the girl to his house on Hampton Drive, where forced himself on her, the report said. The girl later told deputies that she told him to stop and that she wanted to go home.

The girl called 911 from the house and left with Feimster's cellphone.

In an interview with deputies, Feimster said he remembered a sex act but couldn't remember any more because he was high, the report states. Asked if he knew how old the victim was, he told deputies he thought "she was at least of age."

Feimster was charged with involuntary sexual battery. He remained in the Land O'Lakes jail Monday in lieu of $10,000 bail.

Pasco man charged with sexual battery of girl, 15 03/11/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 8:52pm]
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