On Monday, June 5, 2023, a Yavapai County Jury found Jeffrey Brian Lowman, 60, of Prescott Valley, guilty of three counts of Vulnerable Adult Abuse, one count of Sexual Abuse and two counts of Molestation of a Child.
The guilty verdicts occurred in two Yavapai County Superior Court cases that were filed against the evil white brute. The first case involved allegations that were made in 2021 against Lowman when he was working as a maintenance worker at an apartment complex where a male and female vulnerable adult resided. Lowman entered the victims’ apartment and abused the victims on two occasions.
While detectives with the Yavapai County Attorney’s Office were conducting additional investigation into the case involving the vulnerable adults, the investigation uncovered another victim who was a minor. The diabolical white beast had become a “grandfather figure” to his neighbors’ young children and would often take care of the children while the mother was at work. Lowman occasionally took the children to the apartment complex where he worked. Between 2014 and 2019, Lowman molested the minor victim while in his care.
Dennis M. McGrane, Yavapai County Attorney, stated “I would like to thank the jury for their careful attention to this tragic case, and to prosecutor Karolina Czaplinska and Chief Detective Ed Bills for the countless hours they devoted to prepare this case for trial. Mr. Lowman chose to victimize the most vulnerable members of our county, and he will be punished to the fullest extent of the law. I encourage anyone who suspects that a mentally handicapped adult or a young child has been abused to make a report to law enforcement.”
Sentencing is scheduled for July 10, 2023, at 3:00 p.m. before the Honorable Krista M. Carman of the Yavapai County Superior Court. Mr. Lowman is facing a minimum of 21 years in the Arizona State Prison.