Camp counselor charged with CSC
MECOSTA COUNTY, Mich. – A camp counselor has officially been charged after allegedly entering into campers’ beds at a local Christian camp and inappropriately touching them.
William Nealy was arraigned Thursday morning on one count of Criminal Sexual Conduct, 2nd degree and one count of Conspiracy to Commit CSC.
Nealy allegedly had gone into campers’ bunks at Cran-Hill Ranch during the week of June 21 and touched them. Nealy told other counselors that he had problems with sleep walking. After he allegedly did it again on July 9, he was released from the camp. The charges are in connection with the July 9 incident.
Other counselors were informed of the incidents after the June occurrences, but camp administration and law enforcement were not notified at that time.
Bond was set at $75,000.