More victims accuse former D&B's employee of sexual assault
At least five new victims have come forward, accusing a former Dave and Buster's employee of sexual assault.
Kayshawn Dyett, now 22, was arrested back in May for sexually assaulting two women in the same night-- one of whom he'd met while working at Dave and Buster's, according to Anchorage Police.
APD said at the time of his arrest they believed there were more victims out there.
In an indictment filed this week in Superior Court, Dyett faces eight new charges - one count of first-degree attempted sexual assault, three counts of second-degree sexual assault and four counts of first-degree sexual assault.
The indictment alleges Dyett had non-consensual sexual contact with multiple victims. Some of the allegations date all the way back to 2012.
Dyett, at the time of his arrest in May, was a part-time private in the Alaska Army National Guard's 1st Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment since 2014. At that time, no administrative or disciplinary actions against him in connection with the rape allegations were on file. KTVA has reached out for an update on potential actions or discharge but has not yet heard back.
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