Frederick Dozier Jr., the 33-year-old former school cafeteria worker convicted of violent sexual assaults against three women in the Mission earlier this year, was sentenced Friday to 373 years to life in prison.
Dozier was convicted on 25 felony counts of attempted rape, kidnapping and forced oral copulation. During the two-week trial in November, the harrowing details of the case came out as each of his victims described Dozier's brutal attacks. While handing down the sentence, Superior Court Judge Anne-Christine Massullo recounted those details to Dozier, punctuating each account with: "She never had a chance to get away."
"There is no remorse, no contrition," the Chronicle quoted Massullo saying of the heinous criminal. As he had been during the entire trial, Dozier did not speak during the proceeding. As he was taken away, Dozier reportedly turned to his family members in the gallery and gave a simple goodbye: "See ya."