Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Employees of girls program accused of sexual abuse

DAYTONA BEACH - Authorities say at least three employees of a program for troubled girls in Daytona Beach are under investigation, accused of having sexual relations with some of the girls they were supervising.

An investigator with the Department of Children & Families filed a complaint on Sunday with the sheriff's office regarding sexual abuse involving at least four girls at the Stewart-Marchman Center.

A spokesman for the Juvenile Justice Department says the three employees are no longer working with juveniles.

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