CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. – Clayton County police have arrested a fourth particular person and say they have found additional victims in their investigation into alleged sexual misconduct at a regional youth shelter.
In accordance to detectives, 25-12 months-old Caleb Xavier Randolph is accused of inappropriate sexual carry out with at the very least just one of the little ones at Rainbow Property Inc. in Jonesboro.
The nonprofit corporation is a shelter and kid advocacy heart and operates with the Division of Relatives and Young children Providers to offer you a property to teenagers who have been eliminated from their residences as a result of the courts, Clayton News Day-to-day documented. Randolph was an worker at the corporation and the son of the facility’s executive director, 55-calendar year-previous Mia Chanel Kimber.
Caleb Xavier Randolph (Clayton County Law enforcement Section)
In accordance to Clayton County Main of Police Kevin Roberts, the section was sent a suggestion by an anonymous whistleblower just after that specific “recognized their stories ended up not currently being investigated.”
Investigators arrested Randolph on March 16. He now faces prices of kid molestation, statutory rape, and sexual assault.
Mia Kimber (Clayton County Police Division)
Investigators also say Kimber and 53-year-previous Monica Jones, who is the facility’s software director of the baby advocacy middle, understood what transpired and unsuccessful to report it. Police say the pair went as significantly as to build a cover-up plan, which resulted in the young sufferer being removed from the facility on bogus allegations.
Monica Jones (Clayton County Law enforcement Section)
Randolph was originally fired for “violating a Rainbow House police” and then rehired a week and a 50 percent, law enforcement say. He has ongoing to have immediate obtain to the children unsupervised until finally his arrest, investigators say.
Kimber was arrested over the weekend and Jones was arrested Monday. Both were charged with party to a criminal offense of child molestation, statutory rape, sexual assault, and sexual exploitation. They were being also charged with failing to report the incident.
Through their investigation, Sgt. Michelle Alston suggests they identified “much more disturbing conduct by adults” and determined at the very least two other victims – each minors.
“It was like watching a Netflix collection unfold before our eyes,” Alston stated, describing the steps as legal, unprofessional, and negligent.
In addition to the earlier arrests, law enforcement say they have billed 35-year-previous Felicia Marie Campbell, a Rainbow Dwelling manager and staff of the Clayton County Faculty System.
Felicia Marie Campbell (Clayton County Police Division)
According to Alston, Campbell explained to investigators that she did not know about any cases of sexual misconduct. However, police say they found she experienced incident experiences in her place of work of team associates and juveniles with her signature on them.
Campbell was arrested on Thursday at Lovejoy Significant School and charged with failing to report the incident.
Officers are continuing their investigation. At this time, they say that all youngsters at Rainbow Dwelling are protected possibly due to the fact they ended up relocated to other places or mainly because the individuals allegedly concerned in the incident are no lengthier utilized by the group.
A father says at the very least just one of his little ones lived at Rainbow Dwelling in the very last yr. He says he is stunned and angry that this took place.
“Have confidence in was violated,” he claimed.
The father who we are not figuring out to shield his boy or girl states the individuals dependable have to have to be held accountable.
“I hope that to the fullest extent of the regulation that they are prosecuted, and they are labeled for what they are,” he explained. “To permit a sexual predator is useless mistaken.”
Investigators are inquiring any with facts about the group or know-how of extra victims to call the Clayton County Police Section