Phillip Garrido, kidnapping suspect in Jaycee Lee Dugard case, admitted to drug-fueled sex fantasies

The monster who kept a California girl as his sex slave for 18 years once told a detective he needed to dominate women to satisfy his sexual urges.

Phillip Garrido made the creepy admission after he was busted in 1976 for kidnapping and raping a Nevada casino worker.

"I asked him after he confessed why he did it, and he said it was the only way he could get sexual satisfaction," retired Reno detective Dan DeMaranville, 74, told The Associated Press. "I think he had to use force to get sexual satisfaction."

DeMaranville said Garrido - some 15 years before he kidnapped and held captive Jaycee Lee Dugard - appeared surprisingly sharp despite a heavy drug habit.

The sicko drifted through much of the 70s high on acid, pot and cocaine.

"He gave the impression he was remorseful, but I don't know whether it was a put-on or not," DeMaranville said.

Garrido was charged with kidnapping then 25-year-old Katherine Callaway, handcuffing her, and then raping her inside a storage unit authorities described as a "sex palace."

It was equipped with various sex aids, pornography, stage lights and wine. Garrido allegedly took four hits of acid before the assault.

He was suprisingly candid when asked where he got the handcuffs used to shackle Callaway.

"He said it was a present from his wife," DeMaranville said.

The twisted sex fiend was sentenced to 50 years for the kidnapping conviction and life for the rape conviction but was inexplicably granted parole in 1988.

Garrido and his second wife Nancy remained behind bars yesterday on charges of kidnapping and raping 11-year-old Jaycee Dugard.

Garrido is also being investigated as a possible suspect in the murders of several local prostitutes.

Dugard, now 29, vanished after getting pulled into a truck at a South Lake Tahoe bus stop in 1991, prompting a frantic search.

It turns out Garrido kept Dugard and the daughters he fathered with her captive in a secret compound behind his home in Antioch, Calif..

Local cops acknowledged they missed an opportunity to save the girls three years when a neighbor told police the man known as "Creepy Phil" had sexual addictions and kept little girls in his backyard.

The deputy dispatched to Garrido's home left without even stepping foot in the registered sex offender's backyard.

The mystery of Dugard's abduction began unraveling Monday when Garrido showed up at the University of California, Berkeley, seeking permission to pass out religious tracts and was told to come back the next day.

Alerted by a suspicious staffer, campus cop Allison Jacobs ran a background check on Garrido and learned he was a registered sex offender on lifetime federal parole for a 1971 kidnapping and rape.

When Garrido arrived the next day with his daughters, Jacobs sat in on the meeting and noted that the girls "had this weird look in their eyes like brainwashed zombies."

She described the girls' appearance as "'Little House on the Prairie' meets robots."

Jacobs later called Garrido's parole officer, who told her he wasn't aware the accused kidnapper had any daughters - and sounded the alarm.


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