Citadel Sex Abuse Drew Warning from Police in 2001

The Citadel, a well-known military academy that also runs a youth camp, was warned by police in 2001 about inappropriate activity between young campers and camp counselors, according to The Charleston Post and Courier.
The police investigated a sexual abuse allegation at the camp in 2001 and found that counselors were using alcohol, tobacco and having kids sleep with them during the camp events.
“These are the most serious findings that were brought to my attention during my investigation,” then-Sgt. Dale Middleton wrote to The Citadel’s commandant. “I am sure these activities will be addressed and corrected in the future.”
No one from the Citadel respond to the police sergeant’s letter.
The previously unknown warning letter surfaced as a result of a Freedom of Information Act request related to the court martial of former Marine Capt. Michael Arpaio, now a convicted sex offender.