Skip to Content

Former Camden County deputy charged with additional child molestation charges

More charges have been filed for a former Camden County deputy already accused of multiple sexual offenses.

ABC17 previously reported that Leonard Wilson was charged with possession of child pornography, child molestation, furnishing pornographic materials to minors and stalking.

Wilson was previously accused of possessing child pornography and subjecting a minor to sexual contact by touching her through her clothing.

According to a probable cause statement, a juvenile girl reported an additional incident to her teacher at a local school in April of 2017.

The girl claimed that Wilson did “inappropriate” things to her and had sent her “inappropriate” photographs.

The victim told investigators that Wilson was on duty when he responded to her residence for a possible drug abuse problem.

Officers said after Wilson was done investigating the drug incident, he told the victim to come to his patrol car. The girl claimed he began touching her inappropriately and forcing her to touch him.

The victim explained to officers that she told Wilson she wanted to leave but Wilson began to try and force her to kiss him.

According to the probable cause statement, Wilson forced the victim to perform a sexual act on him while they were outside his patrol vehicle.

Wilson was also accused of sending her sexual pictures via Snap Chat.

Investigators said they examined the victim’s phone and found chat and text conversations between the girl and Wilson on multiple occasions.

Wilson was charged with child molestation and statutory sodomy.

For additional information on previous charges against Wilson, click here.

Article Topic Follows: News

Jump to comments ↓

ABC 17 News Team


ABC 17 News is committed to providing a forum for civil and constructive conversation.

Please keep your comments respectful and relevant. You can review our Community Guidelines by clicking here

If you would like to share a story idea, please submit it here.

Skip to content