(Stillwater, Okla.) — A Yale man who remains jailed on $75,000 total bail has been ordered to stand trial on a felony charge accusing him of making indecent proposals last summer to a 12-year-old girl while he was staying with her family.

Everett Ross Harvill, 38, who previously lived in Cushing, was also accused last week of sexually abusing a juvenile male and making indecent proposals to him last summer, court records show.

Harvill has been ordered to appear in court Friday for trial court arraignment on the charge involving the girl, which carries a penalty of three years to 20 years in prison on conviction.

Harvill has been scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 2 on the two-count felony charge involving the boy. If convicted of anally raping the boy, Harvill could be sentenced to five years to life in prison without parole. If convicted of making indecent proposals to the boy, Harvill could be given a three-year to 20-year prison term.

In the case involving the girl, Harvill was arrested about two hours after Yale Police Officer Stephen Lombard was sent on Aug. 22 to property where Harvill had been staying for a few weeks. Harvill is a distant relative of the girl’s father, according to an affidavit.

The girl’s father and his girlfriend told the officer that the 12-year-old said “Harvill had made sexual advances towards her,” the Yale officer alleged in his affidavit.

The girl’s father said “he came out of his house when he found out and Harvill took off running through the woods to the east from their home,” the affidavit alleged.

The girl said that about 3:25 that morning “Harvill had come in the house and asked her if the dog needed to go out and at one point walked toward her bedroom, which is located inside the front door of a trailer house,” the affidavit alleged.

“She said at one point Harvill asked her if she wanted to touch him or if she wanted to see it and she said she told him no.

“Harvill then told (the girl) not to tell her daddy and went outside of the trailer,” the affidavit alleged.

“She said that she locked him out of the trailer,” the affidavit alleged.

In her written statement with her father and step-mother present, the girl said, “Harvill wanted her to hold his penis and wanted to show it to her,” the affidavit alleged.

The girl’s father said that he and the girl’s step-mother “were asleep at the time and knew nothing about this until she told them what had happened when they got out of bed. The father went outside to confront Harvill while the step-mother called the police,” the affidavit alleged.

“I went to track down Harvill who had run through the trees and at one point he called 911…and he said he wanted to turn himself in. Myself and Officer L. Harris arrived and took him into custody and to the police department,” the Yale officer wrote in his affidavit.

While Harvill was being transported to the police station, “he said that he did not molest (the girl) and never would lay a hand on her,” the affidavit said.

In a written statement, Harvill said “from the 20th of August he had shot up dope (meth) about every eight hours or so,” and claimed that the girl’s father and his girlfriend “would also do bumps with him,” the affidavit alleged.

“Harvill writes that they started the day off junking and they got home late.

“The next day on the 21st of August, they took the victim to school and then did more dope and went junking again until they got home around 7 p.m.,” the affidavit alleged.

Harvill said that he “hung out” with the girl’s father and his girlfriend in their bedroom and then went for a walk, the affidavit alleged.

“Harvill writes it began to rain so he decided to get a towel and some soap and clean himself up.

“He went back into the trailer to get something to drink and the victim was on the couch watching television and they visited like normal.

“Harvill and the victim cracked some sexual jokes about victim’s brother,” the affidavit alleged. “He writes he gave victim a clean shirt because she did not have one.

“Harvill writes they visited in her doorway of victim’s room for a few minutes and he and the victim made their way back to the front room.

“He then said he asked her if she needed anything before he went back out to the shed for the night and she had said no, that she was going to watch True Grit at which time they hugged each other,” the affidavit alleged.

“He then went to the shed and he writes he did not go back in the house the rest of the night.

“He writes he does not remember saying anything to the victim that could have been taken in a sexual way.

“According to Harvill, he does not remember everything that happened the last few days,” the affidavit alleged.