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Stafford woman facing drug, underage sex charges
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A Stafford County woman has been arrested on two felony charges after being accused of providing drugs and sex to a 15-year-old boy at her home last year.
Kelly C. Blazek, 32, is charged with distributing drugs to a minor and crimes against nature.
According to an affidavit for a search warrant filed in Stafford County Circuit Court, Detective T.A. Covington began an investigation last month after receiving information about sexual relations between Blazek and the boy.
Court records do not state who complained to police or say how the boy and Blazek knew each other.
The affidavit states that the incident occurred sometime between May 1 and June 30 of last year.
The boy, now 16, told Covington that he rode with Blazek to Triangle one day to get some pills he referred to as “roxies.” That’s a street name for a form of Oxycodone.
They then returned to Blazek’s home on Bel Plains Drive in southern Stafford. Blazek is married and has small children, but no one else was home that day, court records state.
Covington wrote that the boy told him that Blazek offered him a pill in exchange for sex. She then began sexually touching him on the living room couch.
After about five minutes, the boy said, Blazek grabbed his arms and led him into her bedroom, where they had sexual relations for about 10 minutes.
The boy claims he told Blazek that what she was doing was wrong and that she shouldn’t be doing it, but said he did not try to stop her.
Covington obtained warrants against Blazek last week. The affidavit did not state whether there was any evidence other than the boy’s statement.
The search warrant allowed police to take pictures inside the home to identify areas described by the boy.
According to the Code of Virginia, the drug charge is a far more serious offense than the sex-related charge.
If convicted, Blazek would face a prison term of between 10 and 50 years with a mandatory minimum of five years to serve.
Keith Epps: 540/374-5404