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CHANDLER POLICE INVESTIGATION INFORMATION
The following information was derived from the police investigation narrative published on-line by Darren Chaker. The name of alleged victim has been changed to Jane Doe because she was sixteen years of age at the time of the alleged incidents. The names of the alleged victim's parents have been changed to Mr. and Mrs. Doe for the same reason. Some of the wording may have been altered from the original due to the manner in which the information was preserved.
Police Officer Narrative Synopsis:
During the months of June 1995 and January 1996 David Gingras committed sexual conduct with a minor by engaging in vaginal, anal and oral sex with Jane Doe at his residence, 3357 W. Thude Street in Chandler. This case is cross referenced to Mesa Police Department report #96-0700548.
Police Officer Narratives:
On March 11, 1996 at 3:52 P.M., Officer Kaminsky was dispatched to investigate a sexual offense. Officer Kaminsky first contacted the reporting party and father of the victim, Mr. Doe, by telephone. Mr. Doe advised that yesterday he, his ex-wife Mrs. Doe and his daughter Jane Doe had a discussion as a result of finding a journal Jane Doe keeps. Mr. Doe advised that the journal details a sexual relationship that his minor daughter has been having with David Gingras, who is an adult. Mr. Doe explained that his ex-wife has the journal and that she intends to turn it over to the Mesa Police Dpartment. Mr. Doe advised that because some of the sexual acts between his daughter and the suspect occurred in Mesa, and some in Chandler, he is reporting it in both jurisdictions. Mesa Police Department Report #96-0700548. Officer Kaminsky next talked with the victim’s mother, Mrs. Doe, by telephone.
Mrs. Doe told Officer Kaminsky that the sexual relationship between her daughter and the suspect was discovered when her ex-husband found their daughter’s journal. Officer Kaminsky asked Mrs. Doe, and she agreed, to drop a copy of the journal at the police department to be attached to this report. Mrs. Doe advised that her ex-husband has the victim’s diary, which is separate from the journal, that also describes the relationship. Officer Kaminsky left a message on Mr. Doe’s home answering machine asking that he contact him in reference to giving the police department a copy of the diary. Both Mr. and Mrs. Doe advised that they desire prosecution in this matter. They also told the Officer that Mesa Police Department interviewed their family for approximately four hours, and that they are seeking professional counseling. Both parents told the Officer that they believe the suspect has their daughter under “a spell”, and that he has taken advantage of her. The parents advised that according to their conversation with their daughter they believe that the sexual relationship has been going on since June 1995, and that it sometimes involved multiple parties and “unnatural” types of oral sex. Officer Kaminsky advised both parents that he would be forwarding this information to CIS for review.
Officer Kaminsky then spoke to the victim, Jane Doe, who advised that she had sexual relations which included vaginal, anal and oral sex with David Gingras a total of six times. Jane Doe told Officer Kaminsky that she had sex with him one time in June 1995 and five times in January 1996. Jane Doe advised that every time she had sexual relations with David Gingras that it was voluntary. She denied ever having sex with anyone other than David Gingras, and advised that all sexual encounters occurred at David Gingras’s residence in Chandler.
Jane Doe advised that her parents have forbidden her from contacting David Gingras, and that she has not spoken to him for over two weeks. She also told Officer Kaminsky that her parents have removed the telephones from the house and made her quit working at Taco Bell to prevent her from seeing David Gingras. Jane Doe expressed concern that David Gingras would get in trouble and also stated that she is not sure if David Gingras still works at Taco Bell. Officer Kaminsky explained to Jane Doe that a detective may be contacting her in reference to this case. Officer Kaminsky then finished his investigation by explaining the same to Mr. Doe.
Officer Kaminsky contacted the Mesa Police Department and requested a copy of their report be sent to him. Officer Kaminsky did not receive a physical description of the suspect in this case, nor did he attempt to contact him.
On March 19, 1996, Officer Kaminsky found an envelope containing the Mesa Police report #960700548 when he reported to work. This report details their investigation of the portions of this offense that occurred in the City of Mesa.
Police Detective Narratives:
On March 14, 1996 at approximately 3:30 P.M., victim Jane Doe was brought to the Chandler Police Department by her mother. Detective Cindy West took Jane Doe into an interview room and recorded the following interview.
Detective West asked Jane Doe to tell her how she met Suspect David Gingras and to explain to her the allegations that she had made against him. Jane Doe said that she first met David Gingras at work. She was impressed with him and described him as being intelligent with good communication skills. Jane Doe said she wanted to impress him and that she was impressed by him. She mentioned that he drove a red BMW. Jane Doe described initially working with David Gingras and getting to know him over about a three month period of time. Jane Doe said that by that time they had become friends. Jane Doe started calling David Gingras at night time at work and he would then tell her to call him at home when he got off of work. Jane Doe said that by this time she felt he was one of her closest friends. She also said that David Gingras had helped her work through her problems and that they eventually started talking about sex. Jane Doe was curious about sex because she was a virgin at the time and that they talked about "us doing it", but it was just talk.
Jane Doe then described one night on June 2, 1995. David Gingras asked Jane Doe to stay late to work, but she said she would need a ride home. David Gingras drove her home. They were sitting in front of her house in his car, when he asked her what she was thinking about. Jane Doe said that she told him that she wanted him to kiss her. They kissed and hugged each other. David Gingras put his hand on the back of her head and pushed it to him. Jane Doe said that she knew what David Gingras wanted so she gave him a blow job.
Jane Doe told the Detective that she and David Gingras talked nearly every day on the phone. One day she called him because her parents left for the weekend. She asked him to come over to her house and they had sex. That's when she lost her virginity. Jane Doe described this particular time as being the first time she saw another side of David Gingras. She said that after having sex, he got up and was scared. David Gingras then made a statement to the effect of "I've just committed a felony." The Detective asked Jane Doe if she knew what David Gingras meant by saying that. Her answer was statutory rape because he knew she was 16 years old. They talked about it and both figured that no one would find out about it.
Jane Doe said she took a leave of absence from work and went to the University of Arizona in Tucson. She did not see or hear from David Gingras during this time. When she returned, David Gingras had been transferred. Jane Doe worked for Taco Bell for a while and then found a better paying job. Around the end of October 1995, David Gingras called Jane Doe and told her that he needed her help at a store in Casa Grande. Jane Doe went to work with David Gingras for a short time, but then became angry with him because he cut her hours without telling her. David Gingras was eventually transferred back to a store in Mesa. Jane Doe had a desire to be a shift manager and went to work for him at the Mesa store. In January 1996, David Gingras and Jane Doe went out for the first time in about 6 months. David Gingras encouraged Jane Doe to drink a lot that night. She said she hadn't had much to drink before and didn't know how much she could handle. After spending some time at a bar, they went to his house. She described her condition as being somewhat passed out and said she wanted to talk but couldn't. Jane Doe said that she had thrown up all over herself and David Gingras changed her clothes for her. They then had anal sex and then vaginal sex. Jane Doe said she and David Gingras went out a couple more times, going to his house and having sex. The last night she went out with him, she didn't have anything to drink. She said they were in his car, and he let her drive, possibly because he had too much to drink. They arrived at his house and had sex.
That was the last time Jane Doe saw David Gingras. The Detective asked Jane Doe how many times she had sex with David Gingras at his house. She said every time they had sex, was at his house except for the first time. The Detective then asked her if David Gingras ever forced her to do anything she didn't want to do. She said the time that she was drunk at his house, she didn't really want to, and he didn't ask her, but she didn't say 'no'. She said she's had sex with David Gingras about five or six times. The Detective asked Jane Doe if David Gingras ever had any friends around while she was ever involved in any type of sexual acts. She said this happened twice. One time Dave and "B", (Brian Bleier), and another unknown subject were in David Gingras's car. She and David Gingras were in the back seat, Brian and the other subject were in the front seat. David Gingras asked Jane Doe to take her shirt off for them. He asked her several times and she finally did. She didn't go into any further detail about this particular occurrence but said nothing further happened.
The second time, Jane Doe was in the back seat, David Gingras was sitting in the front seat and "B" was in the front passenger seat. David Gingras again asked Jane Doe to take off her shirt. She said no but he kept asking and wouldn't take 'no' for answer. David Gingras took off her tank top and undid her bra while "B" watched. Jane Doe described that David Gingras had taken her to a topless bar the night before. While they were in the car with "B", he wanted her to take money from him, with her boobs. "B" put the money between his teeth, and she took two one dollar bills and a five dollar bill from him with her boobs. She said she felt uncomfortable, and that David Gingras was the one that talked her into doing this. She said that David Gingras started sucking on one and after he was done, "B" did the same thing. David Gingras then got into the back seat with her and wanted to "do it". She said no, she didn't feel like it. They then dropped "B" off and went to David Gingras’s house.
The Detective asked Jane Doe what David Gingras’s reasons were to have her expose herself to his friends. She thought it was to show her off and he felt bad for "B" because "B" hadn't been with anyone in a long time. She said David Gingras asked her how much money it would take for her to have sex with "B". She said she didn't have feelings for "B" like she did for David and money was not an issue. The Detective asked Jane Doe why David Gingras took her to a topless bar and asked her about paying her for showing herself. The Detective added, 'was Dave possibly preparing you for prostitution?' Jane Doe told the Detective that she never really thought about it but David Gingras had asked her several times about spending the night with "B". The Detective then asked Jane Doe if she felt what David Gingras did to her was wrong. She said "yes, he didn't really care about her.” Jane Doe said that she had heard a rumor that whenever David Gingras needs it (sex), he got it from her. Once she heard that, she decided not to see him anymore.
The Detective asked Jane Doe if she would assist the Police Department in pressing charges against David Gingras. She said that she would, and that she didn't have much of a choice because of her mother. Jane Doe said she still cares about David Gingras and doesn't want to hurt him but he's treated her like shit. She doesn't know exactly what she'd like to see happen to him, but he wasn't fair to her. The Detective then went back over the times that Jane Doe described having sex with David Gingras in his Chandler, Arizona home. The Detective began with asking Jane Doe to describe the first time that she was with David Gingras. The first time was on June 2, 1995 and she said they had oral sex in front of her house. The second time was on June 10, 1995 when she said they had vaginal sex at her mother's house in Mesa. January 19, 1996 was the time that she was at his house, and was very drunk. She said they had anal sex and she thinks they had vaginal sex. In February 1996, before Valentine's Day, she described three days that she and David Gingras had gone out and returned to his house to have sex. On February 14, 1996, they had gone out to a bar called Gibson's, in Tempe. They returned to his house and did "69". The Detective asked her to describe what she meant by "69" and she said David Gingras was laying down and "eating me out". Jane Doe went on to describe that David Gingras was putting his tongue in her vagina and she had his penis in her mouth. The last day was March 4, 1996 when they were in his car, and his friend "B" was in the car. Jane Doe and David Gingras returned to his house after dropping off "B" and had oral sex.
The Detective asked if Jane Doe would be willing to make a confrontational phone call with David Gingras. She agreed. The Detective also asked Jane Doe if she would be willing to testify against David Gingras in court. She said yes, because of her mom, she'd have to. The Detective brought in a photo copy of some of Jane Doe’s diary pages and asked her if the copy was her diary and her handwriting. She said that it was. The Detective asked Jane Doe about the first incident at her house on June 2nd and how long it was after the incident that she wrote in her diary. She said she wrote the incident down about two hours later. The Detective then went over the June 10th incident about him coming over to her house and them having sex. The Detective asked Jane Doe if what she wrote was accurate and in her handwriting. She said that it was and that she wrote in her diary about a half hour after he left that day. The next incident dated January 21st & 22nd, 1996, Jane Doe described that she was drunk at his house and he had anal sex with her. She said that everything that she wrote was true. Then on February 2nd & 3rd, 1996, she gave David Gingras a blow job and had sex with him later in the afternoon. Jane Doe said she wrote this on February 12, 1996. Again on February 23rd, she gave him a blow job and had vaginal intercourse. She wrote brief comments about this incident on March 5, 1996. She did confirm that the copies were of her diary, and everything written was in her handwriting.
Sgt. Thatcher then entered the interview room with a piece of paper that he told all he had just gotten from Jane Doe’s mother. He asked Jane Doe what it was. She said the first column were newspaper ads she had copied from the newspaper, and across the top were questions. Jane Doe admitted that she had made up the form as she was looking into that type of job, which was a professional topless dancer or stripper. Sgt. Thatcher asked Jane Doe if David Gingras had encouraged her to get into that field. She said he did, but mainly in a joking way. Sgt. Thatcher then asked her how many other sexual partners she has had. She said 'just Dave'. Any other boys that she had gone out with were just friends. Jane Doe admitted that she would go along with whatever David Gingras wanted and that she always tried to please him. She mentioned about him being her boss, and was then asked if she was afraid of losing her job if she didn't please him. She said 'no', she never thought about anything like that, just pleasing him. She never told him 'no' about anything.
At approximately 5:18 P.M. a confrontational call between Jane Doe and David Gingras was done. When David Gingras answered the phone, he immediately told Jane Doe that he didn't want to talk to her and asked why she was doing this to him. He continued by asking her why she was making this up and ruining his life. David Gingras told Jane Doe that he was suspended from work and was going to be fired, but that he was leaving the company anyway. He made the statement that he was going to move to Mexico. David Gingras sounded agitated and went on about telling her that he tried to be her friend and help her with her college decisions. He said he didn't know what she was talking about when she brought up being pawned off on "B". David Gingras said that Brian had told him that she was calling him at work. Jane Doe claimed that she only did it once. David Gingras said that all he ever did was try to make her calm down, not go out so much, and not go to Fort McDowell. She asked him why he did what he did when he went to her house. He kept saying that she didn't know what she was talking about. She asked him about the time that he mentioned breaking the law and committing a felony when he had sex with her, he again said that he didn't know what she was talking about. Jane Doe finally told him that she might be pregnant. David Gingras responded by saying he didn't know who might have helped her with that and then went on about her ruining his life and that it's not his fault. He finally said that he didn't want to talk to her anymore and hung up.
On March 14, 1996, at approximately 6:39 PM, David Gingras voluntarily came down to the Police Department to be interviewed. The Detective confirmed with David Gingras that he was there voluntarily and that he understood that he had not been arrested. He said that he understood. The Detective asked how long David Gingras worked for Taco Bell. He said that he's been there for about 18 months and is now a General Manager of the restaurant. He told the Detective that he is assigned to stores that are having problems and it is his job to improve them. The Detective then asked him how he met Jane Doe. He said Jane Doe was hired by someone else and started working for him like any other employee. Jane Doe had expressed an interest in becoming a shift manager. David Gingras said that he started giving Jane Doe more responsibilities and described her as being a bright kid. She later went to work for Burger King. He said that they had become acquaintances and she would call him. David Gingras said he enjoyed helping kids, giving them advice whenever they needed it. He also said that it was refreshing to be with Jane Doe because she was smarter than the average employee. David Gingras told the Detective that he went to work for a restaurant in Casa Grande, which he said was the worst store in the state. Jane Doe worked for him one or two times at that location and would also call occasionally just to say hi. When he returned he went to Hawaii in August of 1995 and he didn't talk to Jane Doe for a while. He again didn't see her for about four months or so. He said she has gone out with him and his friends a couple of times. He said there was no social interaction with her until November or December when she walked into the store where he worked in Mesa, Arizona and said that she wanted to work for him. David Gingras said he was happy about that because none of the employees there had good working skills. David Gingras told his boss about Jane Doe saying that she had Taco Bell experience and was a good employee.
David Gingras then brought up that Jane Doe was real obsessive about him from the beginning. He mentioned the Super Bowl in late January, and that he had a female friend visiting from San Francisco. Jane Doe called him and asked to go along but he told her no because he had a friend in from out of town. He and his friend went to a bar called Gibson's in Tempe to see a band. Once he arrived at the bar, he saw Jane Doe standing in line to get inside the club. He believed that she was there to see him. David Gingras clarified that Jane Doe has gone out with him and his friends a couple of times. He also said that she had obtained a fake ID card and would use it to buy alcohol. The first time she had used the fake ID, he took her to a bar called Martini Ranch in Scottsdale. He also saw her on a couple of occasions at other bars when she was by herself. He admitted that he has seen her drunk. He said he has never had sex with her but believes that if she is saying that she must be having fantasies about him. The Detective told David Gingras about the detailed descriptions about her having sex with him and what they did together. David Gingras said that he and Jane Doe had never been intimate together.
David Gingras described that Jane Doe had been having problems with her family, and with gambling, and maybe used that as an escape. The Detective told David Gingras about an incident that Jane Doe wrote about in her diary, describing a time when he gave her a ride home. She said in her diary that she would sometimes work late and before she got a car, he would give her a ride home. She said that they were sitting in his car, and she told him that she wanted him to kiss her. David Gingras said that he wasn't interested in her, and that didn't happen. He said that she was 16 or 17, and he was 22 years old, and he knew he couldn't kiss her because that would be illegal. He went on to say that he has no trouble getting girlfriends and he would have no reason to go for someone as young as Jane Doe. The Detective told David Gingras about further sexual contact between them that she had reported, and he said "no", that it never happened. David Gingras started telling the Detective about the numerous phone calls that Jane Doe made to him. He told her on numerous occasions to stop calling him.
David Gingras said that he doesn't like to cross the line between business and pleasure as far friendships go, so he would have better control as a supervisor at work. The Detective then asked David Gingras if there was any possibility that it might be his baby, if Jane Doe turned out to be pregnant. David Gingras told the Detective that there would be no way in hell that it would come back to him, and then mentioned a boyfriend by the name of "John" that Jane Doe had down in Tucson. David Gingras continued, saying that these statements might be made in retaliation of him cutting off their friendship. David Gingras told the Detective that he had gone to extremes to get her to stop calling him and avoid her, such as changing his pager number. The Detective asked David Gingras when the last time was that Jane Doe had called him. He said that she called him about a week ago, talking about problems with her parents. David Gingras then admitted that Jane Doe called him at about 5 P.M. today, (which was the confrontational phone call). He said he kept telling her to leave him alone. And when she brought up possibly being pregnant, he told her that he didn't know how. David Gingras then said that Jane Doe must be doing anything she can to hang on to him.
The Detective advised David Gingras that the mother was the one that reported this incident to the Police after finding Jane Doe’s diary. The Detective told David Gingras that Jane Doe’s diary says sexually explicit things about him and her. David Gingras said the only thing that he could say, was that these are possibly things that she wants to happen, but they're not what actually occurred. David Gingras said he had no explanation on what was being written, except that it was lie. He then brought up a time that Jane Doe tried to break into his house and let a ferret out of his back yard that he was babysitting for a friend. He said these are the extremes that Jane Doe took. The Detective told David Gingras about one of the incidents that Jane Doe wrote about when she got drunk and said that she got sick all over herself and that he helped her change her clothes. He said that that was true.
David Gingras then told the Detective about a time that a girlfriend was over and Jane Doe showed up, knocking on his window. Jane Doe was drunk and said she would sleep in his car if he wouldn't let her sleep in his house. So he allowed her to sleep on his couch. The Detective again asked David Gingras about the time that Jane Doe was drunk and got sick all over herself and he helped clean her up. David Gingras told the Detective that she was throwing up all over herself so he helped her with her shirt off and put a clean T-shirt on her. He didn't want her to roll around in her own vomit. The Detective also asked David Gingras about any time that Brian Bleier might have been around that Jane Doe may have exposed herself. David Gingras said that there was no time that he was aware of.
Detective West left the interview room and a short time later, about 7:26 P.M, Sgt. Thatcher walked in. He brought up the diary to David Gingras and how Jane Doe started writing about him. Sgt. Thatcher told David Gingras that he didn't think that Jane Doe was lying. David Gingras explained that his pager would go off about 200 times a month and his caller ID was being filled with calls from Jane Doe about 10-15 times a day. He said he felt Jane Doe had obsessive, compulsive behavior. David Gingras went on to say that he often needed to help Jane Doe at work, but never called her, other than that. When Sgt. Thatcher brought up the incident about Brian and David Gingras being in the car with Jane Doe, he said that it never happened. Sgt. Thatcher asked him, 'what if Brian said it did happen'? David Gingras's reply was that he wouldn't know what to say then.
David Gingras was then asked about a polygraph. He said that he didn't believe in polygraphs and on advice from his mom's attorney, he would never take one because he knows they're not accurate. Sgt. Thatcher then explained polygraphs further and talked a little bit about how they're done. David Gingras said that he would talk to his mother's attorney and may be willing to take one. Sgt. Thatcher then asked David Gingras about the phone call that Jane Doe made to him today. David Gingras said he just told Jane Doe not to bother him any more, because she's been harassing him.
David Gingras said he can't understand what's happening to him, that he just tried to be a friend to the girl. David Gingras brought up the phone records and said he would be happy to bring them down to the Police Department, showing the calls from Jane Doe. After the interview, Dave was photographed and his fingerprints were taken, and he was transported home by Sgt. Thatcher.
On April 2, 1996 Detective West received a telephone call from Mrs. Doe. Mrs. Doe told the Detective that she went to David Gingras's residence and contacted him. Mrs. Doe advised David Gingras that if he wrote a letter of apology to Jane Doe that she would discontinue pursuing criminal charges. She told the Detective that David Gingras continued to deny that anything happened between him and Jane Doe. Mrs. Doe said she left there again feeling frustrated. In addition, Mrs. Doe told the Detective that Jane Doe wrote a letter to David. Jane Doe told her that it said something about being sorry for all the trouble she's caused David.
At about 1:30 PM, the Detective went to David Gingras's house in an attempt to contact him. There was no answer at his door and no one answered his phone. The Detective left a business card on David Gingras's front door requesting that he call her. David called the Detective back at about 6:00 P.M. The Detective asked David Gingras about the letter that Jane Doe mailed to him. David told the Detective that his attorney has the letter. David Gingras then said that per instructions from his attorney, he is not supposed to speak to detectives working this case.
On April 3, 1996, Larry Kazan called Detective West. Larry Kazan is an attorney who represents David Gingras. The Detective asked the attorney about the letter and the attorney said that he had it. The Detective requested a copy of the letter and the attorney said it was his letter to hold as evidence. Detective West again told the attorney that she needed a copy of the letter. He replied that he would think about it.
On April 6, 1996 at approximately 10:40 in the morning, Mrs. Doe brought her daughter Jane Doe to the Chander Police Department at the request of Detective Cindy West for further interview. Detective West took Jane Doe into an interview room to ask her questions about the initial Mesa Police Department report that Detective West had received the week prior. The interview was tape recorded and no one else was present. Detective West advised Jane Doe that she had some questions about the Mesa police report, the first being the name of the suspect given to the Mesa police officer. The report had the suspect's name listed as Peter. There was no last name given and no other information, i.e. home/work address, other than a brief physical. Jane Doe told Detective West that she didn't remember giving that name to the officer and maybe the officer heard it wrong. The Detective mentioned to Jane Doe that the name Peter doesn't even sound close to David. Detective West then asked Jane Doe about having asked David Gingras on several previous occasions to go to her house to see her but David declined until June 10, 1995. Jane Doe said that David thought it was wrong for them to have sex but that she bugged him until she got her way. Jane Doe said that she didn't really have to bug him very much.
When asked about "showing up" at David Gingras's house in the early morning hours, Jane Doe said that she only did that twice. Quoted in the Mesa police report was an advisement that she "knew how to get her way". The Detective asked Jane Doe to explain this and Jane Doe said that she thinks the Mesa police officer put his own thoughts into the report. The Detective asked Jane Doe about the paragraph written in her diary. In the Mesa police report Jane Doe had told the police officer that the diary was not factual, that she wrote it because she knew her friends were going to read it. She said that it reflected the way she wanted things to happen and not as they actually happened, and she wrote it as a romantic fantasy novel. Jane Doe told the Detective that she lied about that to the Mesa police officer because she had just had a big fight with her parents and her stepmother. The police had been called to her father's house because of the fight and she was extremely angry at everyone. Because she was so angry at them, she wanted to protect David Gingras.
Just prior to concluding this interview, the Detective asked Jane Doe about aiding in prosecution. Jane Doe told Detective West that the only reason she was agreeing to assist in prosecution was because her mother was making her do it, not because she wanted to.
On April 16, 1996 Detective West received a letter from Lawrence Kazan, attorney for David Gingras, with a copy of a letter written to David Gingras from Jane Doe.
On September 26, 1996 at approximately 8:15 P.M. Detective West contacted Brian Bleier by telephone at his place of employment. The Detective confirmed with Brian about what he knew about sexual contact between David Gingras and Jane Doe. Brian told the Detective that he never knew of anything sexual between them.
Attached to the report are copies of the following: 1. Copy of typed columns of jobs/questions made up by Jane Doe on 03/21/1996. 2. Copy of medical records for Jane Doe received from her mother dated 03/12/1996 from Planned Parenthood. 3. Copy of report from Tom Ezell on polygraph taken by on 03/20/1996. A copy of the video of this polygraph was placed into CPD property and is available.
A complaint was issued in this case by Maricopa County Attorney Zora Manjencich, charging David Scott Gingras with 12 counts of Sexual Conduct With A Minor, class 6 felonies.
The following information was derived from the polygraph test results published on-line by Darren Chaker. The name of alleged victim has been changed to Jane Doe because she was sixteen years of age at the time of the alleged incidents.
TOM EZELL & ASSOCIATES
3118 W. Thomas Road, Suite 716 Phoenix, Arizona 85017 Telephone: 272-8123
March 21, 1996
Chandler Police Department File #96-46099
On March 20, 2996, Jane Doe was examined by means of the polygraph to determine the truthfulness of her allegations that she had sexual intercourse with a David Gingras who is twenty-three years of age. Jane Doe is only seventeen years of age at this time. Jane Doe related that she had sexual intercourse with David Gingras. During the pre-test interview, Jane Doe related that she had sex with David Gingras one time in June 1995 and then one or two times in January 1996 and at least three times in February and at least one time in March 1996. She related that the sexual activity included vaginal intercourse, occasionally oral sex and twice anal sex. She further related that on only one occasion did David have oral sex with her; the rest of the time she had oral sex with him. She further related that David has denied any sexual activity with her at all. She denied having engaged in any sexual activities with any other male. All of these sexual activities she had with David were at his home, except for the first one in June 1995. That first incident occurred at her home. During the examination, Jane Doe was asked the following relevant questions which she answered as indicated.
1. Did David Gingras actually engage in sexual intercourse and oral sex with you in
2. Did David Gingras actually engage in sexual activity with you on several occasions this year?
3. Have you deliberately lied about any of the sexual activities you state you have had with David Gingras?
The Utah Modified Control Question technique which is numerically scored, was utilized for this examination. Jane Doe's physiological responses were monitored during the presentation of the above listed relevant questions by means of a four (4) channel scientific Assessment Technologies Computer, Model CAPS 701. Data from three presentations of the questions were obtained and were subject to numerical scoring and computer based analysis.
The total numerical score after three charts on the above listed relevant questions was +25. In the system of numerical scoring developed and validated at the University of Utah, total numerical scores of +6 or -6 are needed for truthful or deceptive charts respectively. The computer based analysis returned a posterior probability of .996, indicating that there is a 99.6% confidence level in the charts produced by Jane Doe as being truthful charts. Based on these analyses and with the information available at the time of the examination, it is the opinion of the examiner that Jane Doe is being truthful when she answered the above listed relevant questions as noted.
SOURCE: Polygraph Test Results
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