Midwest City man, 75, accused of sexually assaulting women caring for wife
Robert J. Greer, of Midwest City, is accused of assaulting the women in February and May, court documents show; man's wife suffered a stroke and cannot walk or talk.
A 75-year-old man is accused of sexually assaulting two women who were caring for his wheelchair-bound wife, police said.
Robert Jordan Greer, of Midwest City, was charged Wednesday in Oklahoma County District Court with two counts of sexual battery, records show.
Greer is accused of assaulting one of the home health care workers in February and the other in May. The women cared for Greer's wife, who suffered a stroke and cannot walk or speak, according to a probable cause affidavit.
One of the women told Midwest City police that Greer started touching her hair and telling her she was pretty while she was trying to repair a vacuum cleaner Feb. 13. He then followed her into the kitchen and started putting his hands up her shirt, the affidavit states.
The woman said Greer followed her to the garage and put his arms around her and started rubbing against her, police reported. The man continued to assault her and touched her breasts before she left and reported the incident to her supervisor, police said.
The woman told police she rejected each of the man's advances.
The other home health care worker told police she was assaulted by Greer on May 29 after giving his wife a sponge bath, the affidavit states. The worker said Greer lifted up her shirt and began fondling her breasts, police reported.
When she tried to push him away, Greer pushed her down on a bed in his office and continued assaulting her, telling her not to tell anyone what happened, police reported.
She ran from the residence and reported the incident to her employer, police said.
Greer was not in custody Wednesday, court records show.
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