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Roseville man sentenced to 19 years for sexually assaulting teenage girls | State

Roseville man sentenced to 19 years for sexually assaulting teenage girls |  State

ROSEVILLE, California — Quincey Clark, age 51, has been sentenced to 19 years and four months in prison for sexually assaulting two teenage girls in his home garage gym.

On July 8, 2024, the Honorable Judge Horst handed down the sentence to Clark, who was also given lifelong 290 registration. A Placer County jury had previously found Clark guilty on April 25 of nineteen counts, including lewd acts on a child, sexual battery by restraint, and forced oral copulation.

The case involved Clark repeatedly assaulting minor victims while training them in his home wrestling gym. According to the Placer County District Attorney’s Office, private wrestling lessons marketed by Clark quickly progressed into inappropriate massages for over half of some sessions. The assaults were discovered after interviews at the Placer County MDIC and Children’s Advocacy Center revealed that Clark had groomed the victims under the guise of private training.

Clark instructed his victims not to tell their parents so he could continue training them. Following an investigation by the City of Roseville, California Police Department, the Placer County District Attorney’s Office filed multiple charges against Clark.

The case was prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney Daniele LaPointe of the office’s Sexual Assault Unit, with assistance from the office’s Victim Services Unit. The Placer County District Attorney’s Office encourages anyone who is a victim of sexual assault to seek help from the county-wide network of resources and agencies dedicated to holding attackers accountable. More information can be found at placer.ca.gov/SAUnit.