LI teacher charged with sexually abusing children at upstate camp, police say
By William Murphy
A teacher with the Hewlett-Woodmere school district has been charged with sexually abusing five minors after allegations were made against him at the upstate camp where he has worked as a counselor for the past 33 summers, State Police said.
Dylan Stolz, 51, of Little Neck, Queens, was charged Wednesday with five counts of first-degree sexual abuse and ordered held at the Warren County jail on bail of $100,000 bond or $50,000 cash, State Police said. Hewlett-Woodmere placed him on “administrative reassignment,” the school district said.
The arrest came after an investigation that began June 28 after officials received complaints at Brant Lake Camp in Brant Lake, about 80 miles north of Albany, State Police said.
The camp reported the allegations to State Police, a spokesman, Trooper Mark Cepiel, said Friday.
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