Frederick Dozier Jr. will go on trial in San Francisco Superior Court on Sept. 25 for three Mission District sexual assaults.
Dozier, 32, is charged with 26 felony counts for the three assaults, which occurred last year along the 24th Street corridor.
The first attack occurred at 2:50 a.m. on June 17 on 24th Street and South Van Ness Avenue. Dozier allegedly grabbed the victim and put his hand over her mouth, telling her not to scream, then dragged her to a nearby driveway and sexually assaulted and robbed her before running away.
At 4 a.m. on Nov. 18, on 24th and Potrero streets, Dozier allegedly grabbed, choked and punched another victim, robbing her and twisting her neck. He is also accused of hitting her with a blunt object before fleeing.
The final assault was on Dec. 8 at 6:20 a.m., on 24th and Fair Oaks streets. Dozier allegedly approached a woman and choked her unconscious after she tried to get away. The victim allegedly awoke to find Dozier sexually assaulting her. He is accused of punching her, pushing her face against the concrete sidewalk and running away with her purse.
Dozier was arrested by San Francisco police on Jan. 6. He pleaded not guilty at his Jan. 13 arraignment and is being held without bail. He faces a life sentence if he is found guilty of charges that include attempted murder, kidnapping, attempted rape, robbery and forcible oral copulation.
According to a Jan. 9 report by Mission Local, Dozier was a San Francisco school district employee, working part-time in student nutrition services.
Assistant District Attorney Marshall Khine is the prosecutor for the city and Greg Goldman is Dozier’s public defender.