A bible school teacher from New Cumberland, PA is facing over 25 charges of child sexual abuse involving 7 victims. The school involved is the Bible Baptist School in Shiremanstown, Pennsylvania is a K-12 school. The alleged abuser was a minister of music at the school until September, 2012.
The teacher is charged with various counts of sex abuse. Several charges involve a 17 year old boy at the school. According to the Affidavit of Probable Cause, there were 19 pages of texts and emails from the teacher to his victim, some of which contained graphic language.
The teacher waived his preliminary hearing on October 3, 2012. His formal arraignment is scheduled for December 27, 2012.
Anyone with information about this case or any case of child sexual abuse in New Cumberland County should contact the New Cumberland County District Attorney’s office at 717.240.6100.
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*Source: http://cumberlink.com, “Former Bible Baptist teacher waives hearing in sex abuse case”, 10/2/12