An Oklahoma City doctor was given a five year prison term by Roger Mills County Jury for the crime of statutory rape. A brief outline of this case is as follows: On or about June 25, 1916, Dr. A.B.C.Davis, a practicing physician called at the home of W.B. Nettles, who resides northwest of Durham, presumably for the purpose of getting Mr. Nettles to haul his office furniture from the railroad to Durham. There was no one at home at the time other than Miss Iva Nettles, and a little baby. The information alleges that at that time the defendant committed the crime for which he was on trial. The girl was under the age of eighteen at that time.

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