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Flagstaff Man Faces Sexual Conduct with a Minor Charges

Jeffery Slaughter arrested and charged with four counts of Sexual Conduct with a Minor in the Doney Park neighborhood of Flagstaff, AZ. Photo courtesy CCSO.

Sedona AZ – On September 16, 2019, the Coconino County Arizona Sheriff’s Office arrested Jeffery Slaughter, a 46-year-old Doney Park resident, on four counts of Sexual Conduct with a Minor.

On September 8, 2019, it had been reported to CCSO deputies that Jeffery Slaughter may have engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a minor under eighteen years of age. During the investigation, detectives found Mr. Slaughter developed this relationship through church and his place of employment.

Detectives are requesting that anyone with information on this case, or any other potential victims, contact the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office at 928-774-4523.

Jeffery Slaughter was booked into the Coconino County Detention Facility in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Due to the ongoing investigation, no further information is available at this time.

The SedonaEye.com will update this story as information becomes available.



  1. Brianna Robbins says:

    Let’s pray that the victims have courage to come forward anytime an illegal act is done and we must all protect our children from evil. God bless the children.

  2. Dot Vollmerhausen says:

    Over and over we read about these men getting access to children and young people and it’s not only their own children. Look at Sedona where that x rated business went on and on because why? Where were the police and Sheriff offices then when even the Flagstaff airport shuttle drivers knew about it. Planes in and out of Flagstaff and Sedona and where did those passengers go? Wouldn’t you agree that People in the canyon had to know? It’s heart breaking
    that no one cares to help.

  3. Sandy Saddler says:

    To Dot Vollmerhausen:

    You have so much information and ask really good questions about where the Sedona police and Sheriff were and I too would like the answer to that question, did you ever think to share it with them or even ask if they know about this serious problem? My other question is how can you possibly ask if we “agree that People in the canyon had to know” That’s a big assumption and you know what they say assuming anything, right?

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