Mission district rape suspect could face life in prison 

The man suspected of a string of brutal Mission district rapes is facing 100 years to life in prison, San Francisco prosecutors said.

“We’re ending this reign of terror,” Assistant District Attorney Omid Talai said Tuesday.

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

He is being charged with 26 counts, including attempted murder, robbery and various sexual assault allegations, Talai said. His arraignment is scheduled for this afternoon.

In all three cases, Dozier allegedly sodomized his victims and robbed them of cash or property, the
prosecutor said.

Dozier was previously convicted of misdemeanor assault in San Mateo County. A plea bargain reduced the charge from misdemeanor domestic violence, prosecutors said.

Around the time the sex assaults occurred, Dozier posted several rambling and disturbing Facebook messages.

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.”


Bay City News contributed to this report.

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