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According to an affidavit Wasilla Police Department Investigator Ruth Josten filed in the case against Lyn Roger Christian, the girl first spoke about what happened in March, regarding incidents she said happened in 2009 or earlier.
Josten writes that Christian owned Mat-Su Security at the time and Kenai Security. A state database of business licenses shows Christian as the holder of the license for Kenai Security, which provides security guards and patrol services. The license is still active, according to the state. There is no listing in the database for Mat-Su Security.
Christian lived in Soldotna but came to Wasilla regularly, which is where he first came into contact with the two girls, Josten wrote.
The girl told Josten that Christian molested her more than a dozen times, asking him to touch her and performing sex acts on her as well as watching her perform sex acts on her own.
The other girl who Christian is alleged to have molested was staying the night with the first girl at the time. They were laying on a bed watching a movie and Christian came to lay with them.
Christian asked her to touch him and she did before she knew what she was doing. Then she ran to the bathroom and locked the door.
“She stayed there until she cooled down and ‘got all the weird feeling out of me… washed my hands,” Josten wrote. When she went back to the bedroom, Christian was gone. “She never talked to him again and never told anyone about this because she was scared. She never spent the night at (her friend’s) house again.”
As for Christian, Josten recorded a conversation on June 1 in which he denied ever forcing anything on the girls.
“She ‘called the shots.’ He admitted there was ‘minor touching’ and ‘minor oral sex,’” Josten wrote. “Christian repeated that he never forced her but instead let her ‘run her own game.’”
He accused the girl of calling him upstairs and said she ‘made the initial contact.’”
During a second recorded conversation on June 8, Christian denied everything, calling the girl a “major manipulator” and saying “kids lie and fabricate and they stick together.”
Christian was charged with five counts of first-degree and four counts of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor, and three counts of indecent exposure. The first-degree sexual abuse charges are unclassified felonies, the most serious class of criminal charges in Alaska, with a sentencing range of up to 99 years in prison.
Court records show he had an indecent exposure and evidence tampering case filed in the Kenai judicial district in 2006 that was pled down to a misdemeanor.