Two men were arrested within days of each other on separate charges of sexually assaulting children in treatment programs, authorities in Camden and Bergen counties said.
Steven Brown, 28, a counselor with a partial care program in Camden, was arrested Tuesday after it was reported to police six months ago that he had sexually assaulted a child under 13, according to Camden County Acting District Attorney Jill Mayer.
Brown has been charged with aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault and endangering the well-being of a child.
The Lindenwold resident remains in Camden County Jail, awaiting trial.
In an unrelated case in North Jersey, Garry J. Rucker, 31, was a weekend supervisor at a children’s treatment center in Hackensack when he engaged in sexual behavior, including sexual penetration, d ‘a child under 13, Bergen County District Attorney. says Mark Musella.
Following the incident on June 19, Rucker left the facility and never returned as state and county officials were alerted.
He was found and arrested in Paterson a few days later on June 25.
Rucker, of Hackensack, has been charged with aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault by contact and endangering the well-being of a minor.
Anyone with information related to Brown’s case can contact the Camden County Attorney’s Office at 856-225-8542 or the Camden County Metropolitan Police at 856-757-7420. Advice can also be emailed to [email protected]
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