Sparta Firefighter Charged With Multiple Sex Crimes, Setting Victims Bed On Fire (PC attached):

By Kathee Baird
May 7, 2015

Dustin Guerin mug

Ozark, Mo.-  Authorities in Christian County say the former assistant fire chief in Sparta raped an underage relative and then placed a bag on her head and set the bed on fire in an attempt to cover up the crime scene.
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Dustin M. Guerin, 32, of Bruner, is facing two counts of first-degree rape, two counts of first-degree statutory rape, three counts of second-degree statutory sodomy, two counts of first-degree assault, two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, one counts of abuse or neglect of a child and two counts of armed criminal action.
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An investigation was launched on April 25th after authorities were called to a Springfield hospital.
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The 14 year-old girl told investigators that Guerin allegedly came into her bedroom and “pinned her down while he forcibly took her shorts, underwear, shirt and bra off,” according to the probable cause statement.
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Before raping the girl, Guerin asked her if she “had ever had a d*** inside her p****,” according to court documents.   The girl says she began fighting and screaming and says Guerin said “oh, we have a fighter.”  He told her to “stop resisting or I’ll make you bleed until you bleed out.”
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The teen says Guerin left the room for a minute and came back and began looking at pictures on her phone.  “Then he began taking photographs of her using his iPhone.  Guerin took about six pictures of the girl in various sexual positions.  “Guerin told her he needed to cum inside of you and get a picture of that and that’ll be the end.”
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After Guerin allegedly raped the girl, “he set her bed on fire by placing a candle at the foot of her bed.”  The girl says she got up and put out the fire and then “Guerin came back into the bedroom and had a gray plastic sack in his pocket which he pulled out and place over her nose and mouth while he pinned her arms down with his knees.
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The girl says she felt like she was about to lose consciousness but she was able to fight him off.  She said, “she didn’t want to die and Guerin said I don’t want to kill you but I can’t take any chances.”  After pleading for her life and promising not to tell anyone Guerin left the room, according to the probable cause statement.
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Sparta fire chief Brian Loula says Guerin’s contacted him by phone on April 27th and admitted that he had sexual relations with the girl.
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Guerin, who is being held on a quarter million dollar cash only bond, resigned from the Sparta Volunteer Fire Department the day after this investigation was launched.
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