Creek County Deputies arrested a man on Wednesday on charges of rape in the first degree after police learned that he had allegedly had sexual intercourse with his three step-daughters.
After being reported to Sapulpa Police by the girls’ mother, 34-year-old Bradley Scott Rains was met by Creek County Detective Daniel Brashear at Rains’ sister’s house, where he was questioned about the charges.
The three girls, ages 10, 12, and 13, all accused Rains of raping or “humping” them. The oldest had been admitted to Hillcrest Hospital for a sexual assault exam.
According to police reports, Rains initially admitted to having intercourse with the 13-year-old, but denied having raped the other two, though he admitted to “touching the 12-year-old inappropriately” under her clothing.
In a later interview, Rains admitted to having intercourse with the 13-year-old “thirty to forty times,” and also admitted to having intercourse with the 12-year-old once, and the 10-year-old six times. All of the assaults took place in Creek and Tulsa Counties.
Rains signed a consent to search form allowing deputies to collect his DNA via buccal swab, and surrendered his phone to the police. He admitted to watching pornography on his phone while raping the 13-year-old.
Throughout the interviews conducted by Creek County Deputies, Rains said that he knows what he did was wrong and that he “is a bad person for doing it,” but he maintained that he “never forced anyone to have sexual intercourse with him.”