Sister Of Sexual Assault Suspect: Brother Shouldn't Be On Streets
TULSA, Oklahoma - Court documents reveal more about the evidence police recovered in the case of a child rape that happened Saturday in east Tulsa.
The little girl described what the man who broken in and sexually assaulted her looked like. She said he was wearing something black over his face.
Officers found a dark bandana outside the window where the suspect, Kyle Hancock, broke into the house. His family said he was wearing that black bandana the night before, and when his sister, Kasey Hancock, realized he was a suspect, she and her boyfriend, Paul Mylock, turned him in to police.
Kasey and Paul saw Kyle Friday night. In fact, they dropped him off in the neighborhood where the assault later happened. They didn't see him again until Saturday morning.
When they heard about the rape nearby, they asked him about it and say he initially denied it, but then confessed.
"I said, ‘Kyle, tell me this is not about what happened last night,' and he said, ‘it is.' I said, ‘did you do it' and he said, ‘yeah, I had a demon in me or something,'" Paul said.
Kasey said it's devastating to think her own brother could do something like that, especially to an innocent child.
"That's the monster under the bed we have to worry about, and it has to be your brother, your brother is the monster, and it's very hard to deal with, very hard to deal with," said Kasey.
Kasey said this problem seems to run in her family. She points to her uncle, John Hancock, who was convicted of lewd acts to a child in 2002 and 2007, and her other uncle, Kelly Hancock, who was convicted in 1990 for lewd molestation, both in Creek County.
She said she was a victim herself and understands how devastating it can be.
"My heart goes out to the family, it's not okay for anybody to go through that, ever," she said.
She said when she and Paul drove her brother to the police station, he tried to jump out, but she held onto his arm so he couldn't escape.
While it's hard, Kasey believes her brother must go to prison for the rest of his life.
"We hope, yes. He does not need to be on the streets. People like that do not need to be out there to do it again. There should be no second chances with something like that," she said.
Kasey said her family has received threats and her mother has been evicted. She wants people to know they do not condone what her brother did.
In the search warrant, it says Hancock jimmied open a window, went past the little girl's mother, who was asleep on the couch, carried the little girl from one bedroom to another and assaulted her.
The girl said he told her to be quiet, but she hollered out anyway and woke up her mother, who found Kyle and got into a massive fight with him, until he left out of the same window.