Little Rock man turns down plea deal in rape case

A Little Rock man turned down a plea deal that would have seen him spend 25 years in the Arkansas Department of Correction in a court appearance yesterday.

Quincy Hubbard has been charged with rape, sexual indecency with a child and contributing to the delinquency of a minor after he allegedly traveled to Camden to have sex with a minor he had contact with online. At trial date has been set for May 4 and 5.

If convicted Hubbard could be sentenced to anywhere from 25 years to life.

A Camden Police affidavit states that Quincy Hubbard was arrested on June 2, after a CPD officer was patrolling Carnes Park and observed a 2011 maroon Nissan Rogue driving from behind the pool area. The officer followed the vehicle, as it was at the park after closing.

The vehicle's tags were expired and a traffic stop was initiated, according to the affidavit. During the stop, the officer allegedly observed a minor in the vehicle with her shorts pulled down.

Hubbard was reportedly asked if he had sex with the minor, which he denied. Hubbard was arrested and taken to the CPD for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

The report states that after being read his Miranda rights, Hubbard consented to a search of his cell phone.

He then allegedly showed a CPD detective Snapchat messages between him and the minor and admitted to sending her a picture of his penis.

According to the report, Hubbard then admitted to driving from Little Rock to see the minor, taking her to Carnes Park and engaging in sexual intercourse with her.

A second interview was conducted with the minor where she reportedly admitted to having sexual intercourse with Hubbard.