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Post by Praying For Faith on Thu Feb 10, 2011 9:39 am

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Optometrist Charged With Raping 69-Year-Old Woman

Posted: 3:49 pm EST February 9, 2011Updated: 5:25 am EST February 10, 2011

ST. MARY'S, Ohio -- An area optometrist has been arrested and charged with raping a 69-year-old woman.

Dr. Douglas Wine was taken into custody Tuesday and placed in Auglaize County Jail after authorities completed a three-month investigation. The alleged victim said she was raped by Wine while visiting his home in St. Mary’s, according to police.

Wine runs two optometry offices in the St. Mary’s area, where residents were surprised by the news.

“I don't know what to think about it to be honest because I think it's horrible when somebody does that to a woman that age,” Agnes Schmerge told News Center 7’s Kathryn Burcham.

Authorities haven’t released any details about the case and wouldn’t comment further.

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Post by Guest on Fri Feb 11, 2011 2:07 am

Thanks for the post, PFF & the picture, BJ! That is quite shocking that a woman that age would be raped by someone who is not only a professional, but also so nice-looking (and probably young enough to be her son)! I wonder if she may have made up the story for attention, or to try & get money in a lawsuit? Very strange, but I'm sure the whole story will eventually come out. :jaw dropping:

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Post by Guest on Sat Aug 20, 2011 8:42 am

fayfay welcome to Victims Heartland. I don't really think anyone was blaming the victim. Only questioning the whole story. Frequently the victim is blamed in cases of rape. So many women and children never come forward out of the fear of not being believed. I need to research this case and see what has happened in this case.

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Post by Guest on Sat Aug 20, 2011 8:50 am

ST. MARYS, Ohio -- A local optometrist has been arrested again, this time on a half-dozen sex-related charges, said the Sheriff of Auglaize County. Dr. Douglas Wine, 52, of St. Marys, was arrested Wednesday after being indicted on two counts each of rape, gross sexual imposition and sexual battery. The new charges alleged that his victim, this time, was a child under the age of 13. The offenses reportedly date back to 2006. Wine owns two optometry offices in Auglaize County. He was charged in February with rape after a 69-year-old woman reported that she was sexually assaulted at his home, authorities said. Wine was released from the Auglaize County Jail Wednesday on his own recognizance.http://www.whiotv.com/news/28692947/detail.html

ruled well now this is how it usually goes. One victim comes forward and then more follow. :cheering: Thanks for posting fayfay it got me busy on updating the status of this case.

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Post by Nama on Thu Sep 08, 2011 12:36 am

A local optometrist awaiting trial for allegedly raping a woman in 2009 was charged Wednesday with rape and sexual molestation of a child.
Douglas Jay Wine, who turns 52 years old today, was arrested Wednesday morning and booked into jail on two counts each of rape, sexual battery and gross sexual imposition of a child younger than 13. The first-degree rape charges carry a mandated sentence of life in prison.
The indictment states the crime(s) against the child took place between Sept. 1, 2003, and June 1, 2006, but does not indicate where it took place.
The sexual battery charges identify Wine as the victim's "natural or adoptive parent, or a stepparent, or guardian, custodian, or person in loco parentis," which describes a person who assumes the role of a parent.
Hours after his arrest, Wine made his initial appearance in Auglaize County Common Pleas Court via audio-video equipment from the county jail in St. Marys, where he was being held. Judge Frederick Pepple reviewed the charges with Wine and ordered him released from jail on his own recognizance and a previously set $150,000 bond.
Before ending the hearing, Pepple ordered Wine to stay away from the victim and all minors and have no Internet access. The judge also ordered him not to leave the state of Ohio without written permission from the court.
Wine briefly questioned Pepple about his definition of a minor and was told it included anyone younger than 18.
No other court hearings have been set in the case.
In February, Wine was indicted for the rape of a 69-year-old woman at his home at 227 Candlewood Place, St. Marys. The charge was the result of a call placed to the Auglaize County Sheriff's Office on Nov. 20, 2010, from a woman in Homosassa, Fla., who claimed Wine raped her between 11:50 p.m. and 12:15 a.m. Oct. 10-11, 2009.
Wine, who is represented by attorney Ritchie Hollenbaugh, pleaded not guilty in the earlier case. He faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine if convicted in that case. No other court dates have been set.
In late June, Pepple ruled the prosecution could use as evidence certain statements made by Wine during a privately administered polygraph test conducted in November. Results of the polygraph test cannot be used, as stated in the Ohio Revised Code.
Authorities have released few details of the cases against Wine but did confirm that none of the alleged victims are his patients. Wine operates the Douglas Wine Family Optometry on West Spring Street in St. Marys and at another location in Oakwood.

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Post by Nama on Fri Oct 28, 2011 12:36 am

October 26th, 2011

An elderly woman cried several times Tuesday while telling jurors how she allegedly was raped by a local optometrist in October 2009.
The 71-year-old Florida woman was the only witness to take the stand on the first day of the trial in Auglaize County Common Pleas Court against Douglas Jay Wine, 52, of St. Marys.
Wine, who operates optometry offices in St. Marys and Oakwood, has pleaded not guilty to the first-degree felony charge. He sat calmly through the proceedings Tuesday, dressed in a suit and tie and flanked by his attorney, Ritchie Hollenbaugh of Columbus. About a dozen supporters sat behind him in the courtroom.
The alleged victim, who is a relative, explained to the six-men, six-women jury that for 12 days in October 2009 she and her husband had cared for Wine's children while he and his wife, Clarinda, vacationed in Hawaii.
On Oct. 12, 2009, the night the Wines returned home, the elderly woman said she had fallen asleep in bed with one of the children. She claimed she awoke to find Douglas Wine kneeling beside the bed, sexually assaulting her by means other than intercourse.
"I remember yelling and it woke me up. It was me that was yelling," she said. "I opened my eyes, and he (Wine) was looking right at me."
County prosecutor Ed Pierce asked her if she actually yelled or perhaps was in "sleep mode." She recalled hearing herself scream and then calling out for her husband of 56 years who was sleeping in a nearby bedroom. He is hearing impaired and did not wake up, she said.
Clarinda Wine, who allegedly was sleeping in another bedroom down the hall, also did not hear the commotion, the woman testified.
"I had hopes (she) would hear me," she added.
She said Wine asked her who was in bed with her, and she shouted the name of one of the children, who also did not wake throughout the ordeal, she said. She claimed Wine, at that point, stood up, left the room and closed the door.
Pierce asked her if she had given Wine consent to do this to her and she quickly replied no. She said she regretted choosing to sleep in the house that night instead of the RV she and her husband had driven to Ohio.
"Had I stayed in the RV that night, it would have been good," she said, choking back tears.
She and her husband left the St. Marys home early the next morning en route to their residence, she said. She was traumatized by the event and described the trip home to Homosassa as "very difficult, extra difficult."
For fear her husband would reject her, she did not tell him what had occurred until a year later, she tearfully told jurors. When she did tell him, he urged her to inform Wine's wife. She told Clarinda Wine during a phone call in November 2010, she said.
"I wanted to report it to the sheriff's office, but Clarinda didn't want me to," the woman said.
Despite Clarinda Wine's advice, she reported the incident to the Auglaize County Sheriff's Office on Nov. 20, 2010. She later asked the sheriff's detective to drop the charge, but he did not.
During cross-examination by Hollenbaugh, the woman was asked why she failed to tell detectives she returned to the Wine home three times after the alleged assault - between October 2009 and September 2010 - for various functions that often included Douglas Wine's presence.
She claimed she had forgotten about those visits.
Hollenbaugh also questioned how anyone could assault her in such a manner while she was sleeping and wearing an insulin pump attached to her pajama pants. She said the pump is small and would not have been an obstruction for her attacker. Later she removed the pump and showed it to the jurors.
Hollenbaugh showed jurors photos of the bedroom where the alleged assault occurred. A large cage housing pet snakes was pictured near the side of the bed where the woman said Wine had been kneeling.
When questioned about the picture, the woman said the cage had been at the end of the bed, not on the side, on the night she was attacked.
Hollenbaugh also asked the woman about numerous posts she made to her Facebook account during the year following the alleged assault, including one made just hours after she left Wine's home in a claimed "traumatized state." Beneath a photo of two sand turtles, uploaded by Clarinda from vacation photos, the elderly woman allegedly posted at 9:10 a.m. Oct. 13, 2009, "Could this be Doug and Clarinda?"
"I actually did not remember making this post," the woman said after Hollenbaugh showed her a printed copy of the Facebook page.
She and her husband were in their RV on their way home at the time and did not have Internet access, she said. Later, during further questioning by Pierce, she admitted she may have posted the comment during a stop for coffee at a business with wireless Internet.
The defense is expected to begin presenting its case sometime today. The trial is scheduled to last through Friday.
If convicted of the rape charge, Wine faces a maximum prison sentence of 10 years and a $20,000 fine.
In a separate case, Wine has been indicted on two counts of rape, sexual battery and gross sexual imposition of a child younger than 13. The crimes allegedly took place between Sept. 1, 2003, and June 1, 2006, at an undisclosed location.
The sexual battery charges identify Wine as the victim's "natural or adoptive parent, or a stepparent, or guardian, custodian, or person in loco parentis," which describes a person who assumes the role of a parent.
He has pleaded not guilty to the charges. No hearings are set in that case.

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Post by Nama on Fri Oct 28, 2011 12:37 am

Very strange to say the least!

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Post by Nama on Mon Nov 14, 2011 10:08 am

A jury in Auglaize County has found a St. Marys eye doctor not guilty of rape, but guilty of a lesser charge of gross sexual imposition.
The verdict was reached Friday afternoon against Dr. Douglas Wine. The jury of six men and six women deliberated for nearly 14 hours on Thursday and Friday.
The victim, age 69 at the time, waited two years before she made a complaint with the Auglaize County Sheriff's Office, accusing Wine of touching her inappropriately while in his rural Wapakoneta home.

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Post by Wrapitup on Mon Nov 14, 2011 12:40 pm

A jury in Auglaize County has found a St. Marys eye doctor not guilty of rape, but guilty of a lesser charge of gross sexual imposition.
There are Many comments I could make on this "charge" but I w/just zip it WTF faint

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Normal UPDATE: Rape Charges Against Dr. Douglas Wine, Dismissed

Post by NiteSpinR on Mon Jul 01, 2013 1:47 am

Jan. 14, 2012
St. Marys optometrist, Dr. Douglas Wine, currently serving 15 months in prison on a conviction of gross sexual imposition will not be facing a second criminal trial next month.


Auglaize County Prosecutor Ed Pierce has dismissed the case telling reporters it is unlikely a conviction could be obtained based on available evidence.

Dr. Wine was facing two counts each of rape, and sexual battery and gross sexual imposition allegedly against a child under the age of 13.


In late October of 2011 a jury in Auglaize County Common Pleas Court in Wapakoneta found Wine not guilty of rape as charged, but guilty of a lesser offense of gross sexual imposition of a woman, then age 69, when the offense happened in 2009 in his rural home.
If additional evidence in this second case would surface the proecutor has the right to bring back the charges.

In the meantime Wine is appealing his conviction in the first case.

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