U.S. Secret Service member charged with sexual abuse of 14-year-old girl: report
(CBS) WOODBRIDGE, Va.- A member of the U.S. Secret Service was charged with three counts of aggravated sexual battery and three counts of taking indecent liberties with a child this week, reports the Washington Post.
Prince William County police say that Hector Reynaldo Cuellar, a 51-year-old from Woodbridge, sexually assaulted his family member, a 14-year-old girl, between August and October of 2012.
Commonwealth Attorney Paul B. Ebert told the Post that Cuellar has worked as a part of President Obama's detail but U.S. Secret Service spokesman, Brian Leary, would not confirm details about where exactly Cuellar worked or his role.
"We are aware of the arrest of this employee. He has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of judicial action," Leary told the paper.
Cuella is being held without bond and a court date has not yet been set.
- Jodi Arias to speak on own behalf as jury weighs death
- Atty: Charges will not be dropped in Kaitlyn Hunt case
- Fla. girl, 18, charged over underage same-sex relationship
- Jodi Arias Lawyer: Defense won't call more witnesses
- Jodi Arias makes her opening statements to the jury
- Jodi Arias, convicted killer, asks jury to spare her life
- Report: Dogs removed from kidnap suspect Castro's home
- 3 teens charged with raping girl, 12, putting video on web
- Report: Slain Conn. student Alyssiah Wiley found dismembered
- Report: Texas girl dies after being abandoned in hot car
- Utah police close Susan Powell case, offer new details
- Jodi Arias talks about suicide, what she'll do with her life in prison
- Jodi Arias: A timeline of a sensational murder case
- Family of accidentally slain Hofstra student critical of cops
- Man charged with murder in case of missing Maine girl, 15
- Cops: Hosftra student was killed by officer's gunshot