UConn professor accused of sexual misconduct involving children
- Police are investigating Robert Miller, a University of Connecticut music professor, for alleged sexual misconduct and molestation involving children dating back as far as the late 1960s.
- Miller allegedly had sex with UConn students, visiting freshman dorms and also supplying students with drugs, and he also allegedly molested young boys during his time as a camp counselor at the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp for sick children in Ashford, Va., and as a teacher at the former Whittier Intermediate School near Falls Church, Va.
- The 66-year-old, who has yet to be charged of any crime, was placed on paid leave and barred from the Storrs campus last month after a state police search warrant affidavit was issued—four months after school administrators first learned of the claims in February via a letter sent to the School of Fine Arts.
From the article:
... Last month, a faculty member told a university official that a student alleged that Miller had sex with UConn students, visited freshmen dorms and provided drugs to students, according to the state attorney general's office. It's not clear when those alleged actions took place. Miller has worked at UConn for three decades and was head of the Music Department from 1999 to 2003.
Miller also has been under investigation by Connecticut state police and authorities in Fairfax County, Va., following allegations that he molested five boys, who ranged in age from 10 to 13 years old, more than two decades ago, according to a state police search warrant affidavit for Miller's home that was obtained by the AP. ...
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