The 46-year-old pharmacist is arrested for “luring a woman he met on eHarmony to his house to rape and rape her after promising to solve her medical problems.”
- Pharmacist Brent Stein, 46, who owns Mountain Key Pharmacy in Florissant, Colorado, has been charged with sexual assault
- He is accused of luring a Indiana woman he met on eHarmony to his Colorado home where he drugged and sexually assaulted her.
- He lured her into his home and claimed he could cure her of her medical problems
- The victim said she was sexually assaulted at least seven times between June 10 and 16
- Other victims have come forward to report Stein’s unwanted sexual behavior
- He was arrested on June 21 and charged with three counts of sexual assault
- Detectives believe there may be other victims
A Colorado pharmacist was arrested for allegedly luring a woman to his house on a dating website and promising to help her with her medical problems, only to drug her and sexually abuse her.
Brent Stein is the 46-year-old owner of Mountain Key Pharmacy in Florissant.
He lured a woman he met on the dating site eHarmony on June 8 to travel across Indiana from state lines to visit him, according to Teller County investigators.
Stein told the victim that his wife died of similar health problems she had and that he had the ability to “cure” her, the affidavit said.
Pharmacist Brent Stein, 46, who owns Mountain Key Pharmacy in Florissant, Colorado, has been charged with three counts of sexual assault. The sheriff’s office says Stein’s pharmacy license was suspended on July 2
He told her that he wanted to “court her” and she said she was not interested in a sexual relationship at the time. Two days later, on June 10, she booked another flight to visit him.
She traveled to his residence in Florissant, where he reportedly gave her a nonprescription drug that made her incapacitated for work.
The woman claimed that Stein gave her multiple medications, including large syringes filled with an unknown liquid injected into her nose, which Stein claimed had healing properties, and tablets and white pills in her mouth that made her extremely listless and her arms and legs could not move.
Although Stein was a licensed pharmacist, he was not legally authorized to prescribe medicines.
He lured a woman he met on the dating website eharmony on June 8 to travel from Indiana state borders to visit him, according to Teller County investigators. Stein told the victim that his wife died of similar health problems she had and that he had the ability to “cure” her, the affidavit said.
The victim believes she was sexually assaulted at least seven times between June 10 and June 16, but told officers she couldn’t remember exactly how many times, according to Fox21.
Authorities were informed that on June 18, there was a victim of sexual assault in a Colorado Springs hospital.
On July 2, Stein’s pharmacy license was suspended, according to the sheriff’s office. According to the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies database it is still active.
In the investigation, the sheriff’s office said other victims have come forward to report Stein’s unwanted sexual behavior.
A view of the Mountain Key pharmacy above
But investigators believe there may be more victims.
He was arrested on June 21 and appeared in court on Monday, charged with three counts of sexual assault, the sheriff’s office reported Tuesday.
He’s out of Teller County jail with a $ 10,000 bail.
At the time of Stein’s arrest, he was on probation for a 2019 conviction for harassment and domestic violence in Douglas County.
On Tuesday, a Teller County investigator said Stein had recently violated his probation period, for which he had been arrested and required to pay an additional bail.
If you know anything about this case or may be an additional victim to come forward. If you or someone you know has any information, call Detective Bisset at 719-304-5756.