TUCSON, Ariz. - The 30-year-old Oro Valley man accused of luring a Florida 13-year-old to come to Arizona to have sex with him tried to throw his urine on investigators while he was in police custody, according to a police report obtained by KGUN 9.
Kevin Dock was arrested last week in a joint operation with Tucson Police, the Pima County Sheriff's Department and authorities in Polk County, Florida. Police say he was communicating with a 13-year-old girl online, trying to get her to come to Tucson for "sexual purposes," according to the police report.
Police took over the girl's online account and let Dock believe she was on her way to meet him. He suggested they meet at the Tucson Mall. Officers, posing as the 13-year-old girl, agreed. When he arrived at the mall, police took him into custody.
When police attempted to interview Dock, he demanded to know the charges against him, he shouted, "LAWYER!" Dock then took out a bottle of his urine, and threatened to throw it on investigators in the interview room. He told officers the disease that put him in a wheelchair was highly communicable, and he threatened to infect them with his urine. One of the officers in the room grabbed his wrist as the bottle of urine spilled on the floor.
After he was secured in handcuffs, Dock threatened to spit on the officers, according to the police report.
Dock was booked into Pima County Jail later that day.