CANTON - Michael Kelsey, the former Dutchess County legislator accused by two Boy Scouts of sexual abuse, testified Tuesday he did not touch either teen, and said he believed one of the teens made "advances" at him.The 38-year-old former assistant scoutmaster covered a variety of topics in his testimony, ranging from his own track record of public service in the community to interactions with the alleged victims, including an incident in which he made contact with one of the teens' genitals while wrestling.
Penn was arrested for stabbing a young boy in the shoulder and neck.
The boy, who Crime Insider sources said was 12 years old, was taken first to Riverside Tappahannock Hospital and then to VCU Medical Center where he is recovering from the stabbing. The boy’s blood soaked clothes were visible Wednesday in the driveway at a home off Brian Place in Essex County.
He also addressed the recorded phone call that was played for the seven-man, five-woman jury last week, in which he admitted to trying to touch one of the two teens. At the start of his testimony, Kelsey talked about representing the 25th district in the Dutchess County Legislature for six years and his numerous other public service positions within the community.
District Attorney Mary Rain also questioned Kelsey and another assistant scoutmaster on Boy Scout regulations pertaining to adults sleeping alongside scouts.Kelsey is standing trial in St. In June, Kelsey was indicted by a grand jury on five charges: First-degree sexual abuse and first-degree attempted sexual abuse, both felonies, along with forcible touching, and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, all misdemeanors. At several times, Judge Felix Catena, instructed Kelsey to directly answer Rain’s questions and to not go off topic.
She added, without explanation, that the charges don't surprise her.
The owner of Amanda's Garden Daycare Center in Ravenna Township also confirmed for Fox 8 that Hess next worked for them in a lesser capacity.
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