Robert Davis

UPDATE (3:50 p.m.): The Norman High School assistant principal arrested on a sexual assault complaint Tuesday evening is the same man who was named Teacher of the Year at Yukon High School three years ago.

Robert Davis, 40, was named Teacher of the Year in December 2016, according to an article posted by the Yukon Review. Larissa Lockwood, communication specialist with Yukon Public Schools, confirmed it was the same Davis arrested Tuesday.

Lockwood said the district has no further comment and will monitor the outcome of OCPD’s investigation.

UPDATE (2:45 p.m.): Authorities investigating Norman High School assistant principal who is alleged to have drugged and raped a woman in his home two months ago say there could be additional victims from separate incidents.

Robert Davis, 40, was arrested Tuesday night on one complaint of forcible rape by Oklahoma City police in Canadian County, according to a police report. MSgt. Gary Knight, assistant public information officer with OCPD, said that in the course of the investigation, officials spoke to more people whom they believe are potential victims.

“We’ve identified several possible victims,” Knight said. “And we believe there are victims we have not heard from yet, and we certainly want to hear from them.”

Knight did not provide a number of additional potential victims.

Davis, who has been assistant principal at Norman High School for the past year, was arrested after a woman said he drugged and sexually assaulted her, according to an OCPD incident report. He was booked into Oklahoma County jail.

Norman Public Schools suspended Davis and is conducting an internal investigation while communicating with police.

OCPD Investigations Bureau Victim Services can be reached at 405-297-1133. 

ORIGINAL: A Norman High School assistant principal has been arrested in Canadian County on a sexual assault complaint.

Assistant Principal Rob Davis has been suspended from Norman Public Schools, according to a statement from Superintendent Dr. Nick Migliorino. Oklahoma City Police Department made the arrest after a woman told investigators Davis had drugged her and sexually assaulted her in his home in May, according to OCPD Assistant Public Information Officer MSgt. Gary Knight.

"He has no access to our campuses and will have no communications with any Norman Public Schools staff or students," Migliorino said. "We do not tolerate any behavior or conduct of the type that is charged."

More on this story will be provided as it becomes available.

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