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In New Caledonia, a daycare director arrested for suspicion of sexual abuse of minors

2019-08-10T06:07:15.776Z

Aged 55, a daycare director in Noumea, New Caledonia, was arrested and indicted for "sexual assault on minors by fifteen years of authority". The facts relate to & nbsp; three minors aged four to eleven years and would have occurred between 2016 and August 2019.


Aged 55, a day-care director in Nouméa, New Caledonia, was arrested and indicted for "sexual assault on minors under the age of 15 years per person in authority". The facts relate to three minors between the ages of four and eleven and reportedly between 2016 and August 2019.

The director of a Nouméa daycare center was arrested on suspicion of sexual abuse of children, the New Caledonian public prosecutor's office said on Saturday. The indictment for "sexual assault on minors of fifteen years of authority" and the detention of the man was required, according to the same source.

"Revelations of a four-year-old child and an investigation by the police station in Nouméa led to the arrest of a 55-year-old man", director of a day care center, said in a statement Alexis Bouroz , public prosecutor.

The man recognizes "partially" the facts

The investigations revealed sexual abuse of three minors between the ages of four and eleven between 2016 and August 2019 at this school, which is more like a homework center and creative arts workshops. While in custody, the man "partially" acknowledged the facts while information was opened.

Early Saturday morning, two vehicles belonging to this learning center were set on fire in front of its premises, located in the opulent district of L'Orphelinat, without a direct link can for the moment be established with the arrest of the director.

Source: europe1

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