A white counselor at an Ohio summer camp is accused of sexually abusing several young boys at the summer camp at which he worked, according to reports.
Christopher Faulhaber, 19, has been charged in Ohio’s Holmes County with two counts of gross sexual imposition and three counts of endangering children, according to court documents.
The homosexual/pedophile, who lives in Sandusky, was working as a camp counselor at Skyview Ranch in Millersburg, a Christian summer camp.
He has not entered a plea to the charges, but is free on $25,000 bond. The sodomite must return to court next week for a hearing. His attorney could not be reached for comment.
He has been barred from contacting any of his victims or their families.
The Holmes County Sheriff’s Office began investigating the faggot on Aug. 3, after two boys reported to camp staffers he had shamelessly touched their genitals while sharing a cabin with him.
The cock fondler was fired from his job, and during their investigation, detectives uncovered three additional victims who said the pederast inappropriately touched them.
The incidents are said to have occurred between July 31 and Aug. 1 and involved boys ranging in age from 9 to 11, according to the documents.
The filthy child molester “was luring the victims to his bed and giving them leg and back rubs,” the documents allege.
The sex terrorist allegedly “admitted to having (the) victims in his bed and touching their backs and legs” when interviewed by police, court records state. “(Faulhaber) stated he could have accidentally touched their [private areas]. All the boys felt scared and could not leave his control.”
According to a statement on the camp’s website, “Skyview has fully cooperated with the Holmes County Sheriff’s Office and will continue to do so. They have now finished their investigation which was reported this morning in the Wooster paper, so we are now writing to keep everyone informed. Law enforcement on the scene in the beginning and through the entire investigation has been complimentary of the actions taken by leadership at the Ranch.”
The statement adds: “Camper safety has been our utmost concern since the Ranch was founded. We often have summer staff stay in the cabins at night with the counselors when young campers are on the property. Our staff is familiar with other camps and we are somewhat unique in taking this extra step. Unfortunately, these actions occurred in the daytime when summer staff were busy at their posts.”