Rachel Brock, the daughter of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock accused of having sexual activity with the same underage boy that her mother did, now is being held in a Maricopa County jail without bond after being arrested for the offenses on Friday.
Rachel Brock, 21, was arrested for the second time on Friday after she was indicted by a Pinal County grand jury on five sexually-related counts last week of sexual conduct with a minor and furnishing harmful materials to a minor. The incidents included her sexually touching the boy and texting him nude photos of herself as well as a sexually explicit video of herself to his cell phone, according to Chandler police and Pinal County Superior Court records.
Brock, who will be arraigned in Maricopa County Superior Court on Thursday, was arrested at her father’s home after a warrant was issued for her arrest, Ramer said.
Rachel Brock allegedly began having a sexual relationship with the boy when he was 13 and she was 18 that involved trysts in her car, their home and in a bathroom.
After Rachel Brock’s initial arrest in late December, the Pinal County Attorney’s Office released her without formally charging her because they requested more information from the Chandler Police Department. Investigators recently provided additional evidence that was adequate to charge her, according to Detective David Ramer, a Chandler police spokesman.
“This all stems from the original arrest,” said Detective Frank Mendoza, a Chandler police spokesman.
In a high-profile case, Brock’s mother, Susan Brock, 49, entered into a plea agreement in January and is facing seven to 15 years in prison and lifetime probation after pleading guilty to a sexual relationship with the boy that began when she was 45 and he was 14, and lasted for three years. Susan Brock’s relationship with the boy began after her daughter’s relationship with him, but some incidents overlapped, according to Pinal County prosecutors.
Susan Brock will be sentenced on April 6-7 in Maricopa County Superior Court by a Pinal County judge who has been handling the case, according to information from the Pinal County Attorney’s Office.
The victim attended the same Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, and his family met with the Susan and Fulton Brock and stake president Mitch Jones in October 2009 to discuss allegations of sexual abuse against Susan Brock’s relationship with their son. At the time, Susan Brock denied any wrongdoing.
However, during that meeting, Fulton Brock grabbed an iPhone that belonged to the boy that his wife had given him as a gift that allegedly contained sexual content Susan sent the boy, according to the 73-page police report. The phone, which the report said Fulton Brock kept in a lockbox, later was confiscated by police when officers executed a search warrant at their home and arrested Susan Brock last October. Investigators are examining the phone in an attempt to retrieve any evidence from it in the ongoing investigation. After the meeting at the church, Susan Brock continued having sexual trysts with the boy, but never had sexual intercourse with him, according to the police report.
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