Mission rape suspect posted rambling Facebook messages 

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The Mission district serial rape suspect posted several rambling and disturbing Facebook messages around the time of the heinous crimes.

Frederick Dozier, 32, of San Francisco, was arrested last week in connection to a string of violent sexual assaults along 24th Street. He allegedly admitted to the crimes, and DNA evidence supports the case, police said.

An anonymous tip led to his arrest near Treat and Cesar Chavez streets.

The attacks for which Dozier is charged occurred Jun 17, Nov. 18 and Dec. 8.

Four days after the Nov. 18 attack, Dozier posted in all caps:

“Life is like playing dice you might be lucky and get what you want but than it a chance that you can shake the dice and get something that you will not like so be careful how you let the dice hit in life you live.”

On the same day as the incident, Dozier posted a rambling Facebook message calling on fathers to be strong influences and “real” single mothers to “keep being a boss queen outta here and keep it real and stay soild (sic) for real.”

Three days prior to the December attack, Dozier wrote a post that “life can be a struggle because If you are not ready for the world it can beat your ass down to ground.”

He then stated: “So what would you do going get down or lay down that the real question.”

Three days after the December attack, he wrote about relationships:

“…that you can be with someone that you care for that you would do everything for right but you make a fatal move that can make thing all bad and thing will never go back to be the same so real about the one you with keep it soild and be a real a woman or male in the realationship ....”

Dozier was a part-time student nutrition services worker for the San Francisco Unified School District. His employment has been terminated, a district spokeswoman said. Upon his employment, he passed a criminal background check, she said.

Dozier also worked at Green Streets, a recycling and compost management company. He worked as a janitor and educated residents of San Francisco buildings on how to reduce waste.

The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office will likely file charges against Dozier on Tuesday. He will be arraigned Wednesday.


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