Hubbard pleads guilty to rape and lewd acts with minors
A Guthrie man was handed over to the custody of the Department of Corrections after he pleaded guilty to four crimes, including second degree rape of a person under the age of 16.
He must also register as a sex offender.
Hubbard was arrested on April 11 after being questioned by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations. Hubbard admitted to the agents that “he was in bad situation”.
Hubbard first stated that he did not have any sexual contact with a female minor because he knew it was “illegal”. However, later admitted to the crimes when questioned by agents.
Along with the rape charge, Hubbard pleaded guilty to lewd or indecent proposals to child under 16, requiring a child to look upon the body or private parts of another and a misdemeanor charge of breaking and entering.
OSBI agents obtained permission from one of the victims and her father to use her cell phone and her identity to text Hubbard. The text messages eventually led to Hubbard admitting the crimes.
The first victim, 15-years-old, told agents that Hubbard gave her a hickey on her stomach and rubbed her genitals outside of her under garment on April 10.
The second victim, also 15-years-old, told agents Hubbard lowered his pants exposing himself and then position himself behind the 15-year-old minor and had sexual contact on the night of April 10.
A third victim, a 16-year-old, told agents that her and the second victim were kissing on the bed when Hubbard committed two sex acts on her in front of the second victim sometime between March 30 and April 6.
Hubbard told agents while questioning, “it was hard to resist temptation. I’m older then them and I know better.”
In February, Hubbard was arrested for breaking into a co-workers home on East Springer through a window. Upon arrival of a police officer, Hubbard was found sleeping on the couch with an odor of alcohol. Earlier in the day he was sent home from work after his co-worker said he was drinking all day.
Hubbard was sentence to one year in the Logan County Jail for the misdemeanor.