Police: Man sexually abused child at Salisbury YMCA

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Police: Man sexually abused child at Salisbury YMCA

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Wicomico County officials say a Salisbury man is facing more than a dozen charges related to sexually abusing a child over a three year period.

According to police, Vincent Tubbs was indicted on Tuesday and now faces 17 charges. The 56-year-old allegedly “engaged in multiple instances of sex abuse and sexual contact” with the victim. Officials say the abuse happened at the Salisbury YMCA and a private home in the Salisbury area between the years 2001 to 2004.

The charges Tubbs faces include sex abuse of a minor, third degree sex offense, fourth degree sex offense, sexual contact and false imprisonment. Tubbs will have a bond review in Circut Court.

The investigation is ongoing. The Wicomico County Child Advocacy Center is asking that anyone with information related to this or similar allegations contact Sgt. Tom Funk at 410-334-6955. You may also call the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office at 410-548-4891.

If you or someone you know has been abused, you can reach out to the Life Crisis Center at 410-749-4357.

Courtesy: WMDT