Roberto Geiersbach, 18, was arrested on Monday and charged with two counts of sexual battery amid accusations from two girls under the age of twelve that attended his parents’ home day care. Photo via Prosecutors Office
The 18-year-old son of a couple running a home day care was arrested Monday on sexual abuse charges amid accusations from two girls authorities describe as “under the age of twelve.”
Police say that the parents of the girls, who are sisters, told them that the girls got very upset every day last week when it was time for them to take them to Norma and Robert Geiersbach’s home day care on Tulane Drive in Altamonte Springs, Florida.
When the parents sat the girls down and asked why they hated going to the Geiersbach’s home, the girls said that Roberto Geierbach had touched them inappropriately and made them watch two pornographic movies.
The girl’s also reported to their mother that Norma Geiersbach would often make them sit in the corner and face the wall for no reason, and then the Geiersbach’s 15-year-old daughter would hit them in the back of the head.
The only member of the family that the girls did not accuse of mistreatment was Robert Geiersbach, who was described by the girls as “nice.”
The Child Protection Team interviewed both girls and arrested Roberto Geiersbach on two counts of sexual battery.
They interviewed all of the other children that were attending the day care and there were no additional disclosures of abuse.
Investigators say the sexual abuse was verified by interviews with the two girls and medical examinations.
At this time the 15-year-old has not been charged with anything.
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