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Assistance sought following arrest of massage therapist on sexual assault charge

June 18, 2019

Public’s assistance sought in connection with arrest of massage therapist on sexual assault charge.

Incident Details:

On Thursday, June 6, Stephen Boyd, a 58-year-old Dallas resident was arrested by the University Park Police Department on a charge of sexual assault. 

A female victim contacted the department on Monday, June 3 about an incident that allegedly occurred a few days earlier while she was receiving a massage at Boyd’s place of business in the 3400 block of Westminster in Snider Plaza.

Mr. Boyd, an unlicensed massage therapist, posted a $10,000 bond and was released on the day of his arraignment.  As part of preparing a sexual assault case against Mr. Boyd, UPPD is actively seeking assistance from the public concerning others who may have recently or in the past been victimized in a similar manner.  If you have information that you think would aid the department in presenting its case to the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office, please contact UPPD Detective Jenifer Johnston at 214-987-5360 or email her at jjohnston@uptexas.org.



Stephen Boyd