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Topic - Thomas Nelson
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A supervisor in the D.C. Summer Youth Employment Program pleaded guilty Wednesday to a charge stemming from sexual advances he made upon a teenager, U.S. Attorney for the District Ronald C. Machen Jr. announced.
District police said Wednesday they have charged a city employee and are looking for a second suspect in connection with the alleged groping of two young women in the city's Summer Youth Employment Program.
St. Martinville has committed to paying the cost to set up utilities on the property, Nelson said.
The property is owned by the Levert family, a longtime sugar-cane farming family now in real estate, St. Martinville Mayor Thomas Nelson said.