Children’s  Authority Worker Ordered To Stay Away From Boy.

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Children’s Authority Worker Ordered To Stay Away From Boy.

A 37-year-old employee of the Children’s Authority was ordered to stay away from a now 19-year-old boy having been charged with one count of serious indecency.

KEVIN DUKE, of Rockley Vale, Scarborough, appeared before Magistrate Jo-Anne Connor at the Scarborough Magistrates’ Court today where he was granted eighty thousand dollars bail with a surety or ten thousand dollars cash alternative.

He was ordered to have no contact with the boy and to keep fifty feet away from him at all times.

The charge stemmed from an alleged incident which occurred in October of 2019.

The boy told police he was having a conversation with DUKE via social media when he showed him his private parts.

The boy was 16 years old at the time.

The incident was reported in April of 2020.

Sergeant Miller of the Tobago Division Child Protection Unit conducted investigations which led to the arrest and charge of the accused.

The investigations were supervised by woman superintendent Claire Guy- Alleyne and ASP Sterling Roberts.

DUKE will reappear before the court on September 30th, 2021.