A search warrant affidavit states that the victim had been going to Spicer for medical treatment in March, and that shortly after she began seeing him, she called him with a medical question. The victim and doctor began corresponding via text messages, at first about medical issues, but then, the victim said, Spicer called her "sexy" in one text message, according to the affidavit.
She said Spicer began sending her texts that called her "the most beautiful woman he had ever met," the affidavit said, and that things began to "snowball" after that.
In May, Spicer said his receptionist was out of town and asked the victim if she would like to fill in at his office on Clearwater Drive, the affidavit said. She said Spicer asked for sex and she refused, but instead they began kissing, and later in the day he met her in an exam room and had sexual contact.
She told police that, when she was in the office the next week for an appointment for her grandmother, she and Spicer had sexual contact in another exam room.
While he was out on bond, Spicer was arrested by the PANT Drug Task Force and charged with seven additional crimes, including conspiracy and possession of dangerous drugs for sale.
That arrest put him in violation of his original release on $50,000 bond, which was revoked; Yavapai County Sheriff's spokesman Dwight D'Evelyn said Spicer is now being held on a $565,000 bond.