Va. firefighter alleges harassment
A Spotsylvania County volunteer firefighter has been arrested following allegations that he and another firefighter taunted and inappropriately touched a female co-worker, NBC 4 reports.
Steven Tyler Perry, 20, was arrested Saturday and charged with one felony county of custodial indecent liberties. The other volunteer firefighter is under 18 and has not been charged.
The Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Department said a 17-year-old female victim told authorities that the incident happened in May whole she was on duty. She said she was sleeping in her bunk when the two men called her downstairs, saying they needed her help with the hose. Once she got downstairs, the 17-year-old said she discovered they wanted her to participate in a stripping game. When she refused, they began to taunt her, she told officials.
The men then turned the hose on her and carried her into a shower stall, she said. One of the men tried to touch her, she told authorities.
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| July 13, 2010; 8:41 AM ET
Categories: Crime and Public Safety, Virginia
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