Police: Man who left Plan B contraceptive pills after raping drunk woman charged with felony

Nicholas Robyn Moser. Photo: Salt Lake County

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Aug. 20, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — A Salt Lake County man has been charged with rape after he reportedly went to a woman’s home for dinner and drinks, and she woke up the next morning with no memory of what had happened, but did find a note from and a Plan B contraceptive pill the man had left for her.

Nicholas Robyn Moser, 28, has been charged with first-degree felony rape.

A probable cause statement, filed by an official of the Salt Lake City Police Department, says the incident happened on May 24 of this year after the woman invited over Moser, whom she said she considered a friend. The two made dinner together and had alcoholic drinks, the woman said.

The two were in the woman’s bedroom when Moser reportedly told the woman “that he was attracted to her, and (she) told Moser she ‘wasn’t interested in doing anything but making out,'” the statement says. “(She) stated that they began kissing, and she doesn’t remember anything after that.”

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The woman told police that she awoke the next morning on the couch, wearing a different pair of pants, and found the pants and underwear she had been wearing the night before next to her.

“(She) got up and observed a note on the counter from Moser,” the statement says. “The note stated that (she) and Moser had had sex, and that Moser still wanted to have a friendship with (her), so (she) should take a ‘Plan B’ pill. There was a carton of Plan B next to the note.”

The woman said she did not own any Plan B, a drug intended to protect from an unwanted pregnancy after unprotected sex. Next to the pill carton was a purchase receipt dated May 24, the day of Moser’s visit.

Charges against Moser were filed on July 29.

“Moser admitted (the woman) was drunk, that he made a mistake and shouldn’t have had sex with (the victim),” the statement said.

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