Database of Publicly Accused Priests in the United States
     
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Last First Ord T Status D/O Notes Diocese Source/Assignments
Albrecht
G.R. Keith 1977 P Accused Diocesan Expelled by Franciscan Order in early 1970s prior to taking solemn vows, but ordained in Cincinnati in 1977. Removed from duty 1993 after accusation of sexual abuse of teen boy during late 1970s-early '80s. Another accuser then surfaced alleging abuse as an 8th-grade boy, on a trip to New York with Albrecht. Would target troubled adolescent males, then molest them. Two known to have lived with him in rectory. Admitted to sexual behavior with four youths, saying he thought he was "acting out of love." Laicized by Vatican as of 10/05. A 2004 suit alleging abuse from 1977-1981 dismissed after Ohio Supreme Court ruled victims must file before the age of 20. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Dayton Daily News 05.05.02; Dayton Daily News 06.27.02; Dayton Daily News 03.05.04; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Press Release 10.12.05; Dayton Daily News 10.13.05; Dayton Daily News 06.23.06
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Berning John B. 1934 P Accused Diocesan Suits filed in 2003 by at least 7 plaintiffs. Berning admitted in 2002 letters to abuse of one youth. May also have admitted abuse of others. One accuser said he told an archdiocesan employee in 1963 but nothing was done. Berning retired in 1970 and moved to Florida. Privileges removed in 2003. Died at age 97 in 2004. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 08.29.03; Dayton Daily News 09.18.03; Dayton Daily News 09.23.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 10.08.03; WCPO 10.18.03; Dayton Daily News 03.12.04; St Petersburg Times 11.20.04; Beacon Journal (AP) 06.29.05
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Brunner
Thomas J. 1974 P Accused Diocesan Removed 2003. Accused of abuse of two girls at Mount Notre Dame High School in 1980s. Sent for counseling and reassigned to parish. Another woman complained in 1989 that he had romanced her in 1970s when she was in high school. Restrictions place on him in 1993. Never publicly identified until 2003 when he was placed on admin. leave. Accusations deemed credible. Laicized by Vatican 3/06. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 09.18.03; Dayton Daily News 09.18.03; Dayton Daily News 09.18.03; Dayton Daily News 09.23.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 10.03.03; Cincinnati Post 10.03.03; Dayton Daily News 10.23.03; Dayton Daily News 11.20.03; Dayton Daily News 03.12.04; Associated Press 02.17.05; Archdiocese of Cinicnnati Statement 02.07.06; Cincinnati Post 03.30.06; Dayton Daily News 03.30.06; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Cooley
George 1976 P Convicted Diocesan Archdiocese knew of complaints as early as 1971 when Cooley in Seminary and again in 1978. Numerous male victims. Pled guitly 1991 to abuse of 4 boys; spent 3 months in jail. Sent to jail for 15 mos 1994 for stalking one of his victims. In 1996 arrested for soliciting sex from police decoy posing as male prostitute. Given house arrest and 3 yrs. probation. At least 9 civil suits. Permanently removed 1990. Laicized in 1998 after church trial. Still had teacher's license as of 10/06. License finally revoked 12/06. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 03.16.02; Cincinnati Enquirer 04.14.02; Cincinnati Enquirer 04.14.02; Cincinnati Enquirer 04.14.02; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.22.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 10.10.03; Archdiocesan Status Report (cached by Google 02.07.06; Toledo Blade 10.06.06; Toledo Blade 10.07.06; Toledo Blade 12.13.06
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Cooper
Ronald C. 1983 P Accused Diocesan Placed on leave 1/04 after a man came forward to allege that Cooper had touched him inappropriately several times in Bridgetown in 1983-1984 during Cooper's first assignment after ordination. Cooper admits contact with the youth but claims no sexual intent was involved. Referred to Review Board for further action. Laicization announced 10/14. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 01.14.04; Dayton Daily News 01.14.04; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Status Report 02.07.06; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; WLWT 10.28.14; WLWT 10.28.14; Cincinnati com 10.29.14; WCPO 10.29.14
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Doerger
Stanley D. 1958 P Accused Diocesan Accused in 2003 of abuse of one girl at St. Rita School for the Deaf in 1970s. A group of former students alleged he physically, sexually and verbally abuse up to 275 female students. One woman said that Doerger also abused her deceased brother from late 1960s to 1980. Placed on leave 3/05 and died in 9/05 before investigation complete. It was discontinued. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Archdiocese of Cincinnati Press Release 03.09.05; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.09.05; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.10.05; Dayton Daily News 03.10.05; Catholic Telegraph 03.16.05; Cincinnati Enquirer 09.13.05; Cincinnati Enquirer 10.13.05
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Feldhaus
Thomas F. 1976 P Sued Diocesan Removed 2003 after accusation of abuse of youth in 1979. Civil suit filed 3/04 by a different man alleging abuse from 1986-1991 at Our Lady of Victory. On administrative leave until laicization in 10/14. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Post 12.05.03; Dayton Daily News 03.12.04; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.16.04; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Status Report 02.07.06; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; WLWT 10.28.14; WLWT 10.28.14; Cincinnati com 10.29.14; WCPO 10.29.14
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Harsham
Ellis N. 1968 P Settled Diocesan One 1993 article says that Harsham reportedly had oral sex with two high school students in the 1970s. Accused of abuse of several boys. Said to have plied boys with alcohol, marijuana and pornography. Civil suit named Harsham and Cardinal Joseph Bernardin as abusers. Case withdrawn but plaintiff settled claims re Harsham in 1994. Placed on administrative leave in 1994, resigned from active ministry a few months later. Maintained "administrative leave" status until he was laicized in 2006. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Chicago Tribune 11.13.93; Chicago Sun Times 11.15.93; Chicago Sun Times 11.17.93; Chicago Tribune 11.20.93; Chicago Sun Times 11.21.93; Chicago Sun Times 11.21.93; Associated Press 12.18.93; Chicago Tribune 01.16.94; Dayton Daily News 03.01.94; Legal Intelligencer 03.16.94; Reuters 04.18.94; Chicago Sun Times 04.19.94; Dayton Daily News 04.19.94; Dayton Daily News 06.27.94; Dayton Daily News 06.29.94; Dayton Daily News 10.14.94; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.16.02; Dayton Daily News 03.12.04; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Status Report 02.07.06; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; National Catholic Reporter 05.18.11
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Heil Norman L. 1963 P Sued Diocesan In a lawsuit filed in 2004, a woman claimed sexual abuse by Heil in 1965 when she was 16 years-old, which resulted in her becoming pregnant. She alleged in the lawsuit that Heil and a nun pressured her to give up the baby. Heil transferred to a Bismarck ND parish in around 1966, and left the priesthood around 1967. At some point he moved to CA. He died 7/31/88, at age 51. The lawsuit was dismissed on SOL by the OH Supreme Court 1/08. Cincinnati, OH Source:
WCPO 12.01.04; Cincinnati Enquirer 12.02.04; Cincinnati Inquirer 05.06.06; Cincinnati Enquirer 06.05.07; Cincinnati Enquirer 01.17.08; Heil Death Record accessed 11.30.16
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Hopp
Thomas R. 1966 P Sued Diocesan Put on leave in 2002 due to accusation of abuse of boy in 1980. Had been warned in 1997 by archdiocese after anonymous complaint that he showed "odd" behavior toward a boy; was kept in ministry. Permanently removed from ministry by Vatican 10/05 but not laicized. Civil suit filed 2004. Suit dismissed by Ohio Supreme Court on statute of limitations 6/06. Another suit alleging abuse of 13-14 yr old boy in 1980s was withdrawn after Ohio Supreme Court ruling. Died 12/21/14. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Dayton Daily News 04.29.02; Dayton Daily News 04.30.02; Cincinnati Enquirer 05.01.02; Dayton Daily News 05.03.02; Dayton Daily News 01.28.04; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Press Release 10.12.05; Dayton Daily News 10.13.05; Cincinnati Post 06.02.06; Dayton Daily News 06.23.06; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; Cincinnati Enquirer 04.29.07
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Katarskis Walter (Vaclovas) 1942 P Accused Diocesan Woman filed police report 6/10 accusing Katarskis of abusing her on several occasions in 1960-1961 when she was 10 and 11 yrs old and he was assigned to St. Albert the Great Parish in Kettering. She had reported the abuse to the Archdiocese in 2002. Katarskis died in 1993. Cincinnati, OH Source:
WDTN 06.25.10; Dayton Daily News 06.26.10; Findagrave accessed 01.16.17
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BA.org Assignment Record
Kelley
David J. 1974 P Sued Diocesan At least 38 men have filed suit alleging forced oral sex, rape, and other abuse by Kelley when they were minors. At least 4 complaints in 1983 prompted transfer to new parish. After complaints in 1986, Pilarczyk sent Kelley to Paracletes, then assigned him to hospital chaplaincy with parish residence and ministry. Allegations 1993-94. Removed 2002. Allowed to be counselor until 2003 suits were reported. Suit withdrawn after 5/31/06 ruling by Ohio Supreme Court. Kelley died 6/09. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Archdiocesan Statement Fall 2003; Archdiocesan Statement Fall 2003; Pilarczyk Letter 12.18.86; WCPO 08.22.03; Bolte Letter 09.30.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 10.03.03; Dayton Daily News 10.22.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 10.12.04; Leaf Chronicle 10.17.04; ChannelCincinnati 01.20.05; WCPO 02.03.05; Dayton Daily News 06.23.06; Cincinnati Enquirer 09.16.06; Toledo Blade 10.06.06; Toledo Blade 10.07.06; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; Cincinnati Enquirer 06.25.09; Dayton Daily News 06.25.09; WLWT 06.25.09
Assignments:
Detailed BA.org Assignment Record
Kiffmeyer
James G. 1985 P Accused Diocesan In 2002 Man accused Kiffmeyer of abusing him when he was senior in high school and later. County prosecutors said SOL had expired. Church said man was over 18 at time. After this allegation was made, it was revealed that Kiffmeyer had been accused in 1997 of similar offense, again by male who was at least 18. Archdiocese paid to settle the claim. Vatican ordered him returned to duty as of 12/06. Appointed as pastoral administrator of Holy Family Parish 4/30/08. Still active priest 12/11. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 05.01.02; Cox News Service 05.02.02; Cincinnati Enquirer 05.04.02; Cincinnati Enquirer 06.12.02; Dayton Daily News 06.27.02; Cincinnati Enquirer 05.24.03; Toledo Blade 10.06.06; Toledo Blade 10.07.06; WCPO 12.29.06; Cincinnati Enquirer 12.30.06; Dayton Daily News 12.30.06; Kentucky Post 12.30.06; CBS 5 12.31.06; Catholic Online 01.08.07; WCPO 02.02.07; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.31.08; Local 12 05.01.08; Cincinnati Enquirer 05.02.08; Cincinnati Enquirer 12.05.11
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BA.org Assignment Record
Kuhn
Thomas A. 1967 P Convicted Diocesan Placed on leave in 2002 after deputies confiscated several parish computers to look for inappropriate material. Indicted on 11 courts of public indecency and providing alcohol to minors 11/01-1/02. Claims involved 4 boys and 1 girl. Convicted 2004 and sentenced to 5 yrs probation. Violated probation 1/05; spent 30 days in jail. Laicization announced 10/14. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Dayton Daily News 05.25.02; Cincinnati Enquirer 09.10.02; Dayton Daily News 09.15.02; Daytona Daily News 10.16.03; Dayton Daily News 06.24.04; Cincinnati Enquirer 07.22.04; Dayton Daily News 01.01.05; Statement by Bishop Pilarczyk 01.13.05; Catholic Telegraph 01.20.05; Dayton Daily News 02.11.05; Dayton Daily News 03.09.05; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Report 02.07.06; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; WCP0 01.28.14; WLWT 10.28.14; WLWT 10.28.14; Cincinnati com 10.29.14
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Larger
Raymond E. 1977 P Acquitted Diocesan Civil suit filed alleging abuse of youth 1995-1997. Criminal charges also filed in 2005 but dismissed by judge during trial 11/05. Two other accusations but no criminal charges. Larger previously pleaded guilty, in 2003, to soliciting sex from male undercover police officer. Reinstated by Vatican 2/08 after ruling of no merit to accusations of abuse of youth. Given position at Chancery while in residence at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Post 07.19.05; Cincinnati Enquirer 11.01.05; Cincinnati Status Report (cached by Google 02.07.06; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Press Release 02.14.08; Beacon Journal 02.14.08; Cincinnati Enquirer 02.14.08; Dayton Daily News 02.14.08; Cincinnati Enquirer 02.15.08; Cincinnati Enquirer 02.16.08; Catholic Telegraph 02.22.08
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BA.org Assignment Record
Massarella
Francis (Frank) A. 1941 P Accused Diocesan Removed 2003. Accused of abuse of girls more than 50 yrs previously. Archdiocese has admitted it knew of his history back in 1950s. Permanently removed from church ministry by the Vatican 10/05 but not laicized. Still under care of Archdiocese as of 4/07 because of ill health. Died 05/03/14 at age 98. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Archbishop's Statement in Cincinnati Enquirer 08.11.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 08.11.03; Dayton Daily News 08.11.03; Archdiocese of Cincinnati press release 10.12.05; Dayton Daily News 10.13.05; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; Frings and Bayliff Funeral Home 05.03.14; National Survivors Advocates Coalition 05.11.14; Cincinnati com 06.25.17
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Montgomery Michael   B Accused Franciscan Two incidents of "improper contact" with male students were known to Franciscan authorities in the 1980s but Montgomery was allowed to continue working as an athletic trainer at Roger Bacon High School. He said that the touches were accidental. Finallyremoved from active mininstry in 2002. Another man made similar allegations in 2003 or early 2004 re abuse when he was 15. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 03.20.04
Assignments:
N/A
Paraniuk
Michael 1981 P Reinstated Diocesan Man complained in 1995 to Archdiocese that Paraniuk had abused him in 1983. Archdiocese investigated and decided allegations were unsubstantiated. Man complained again in 2004. Paraniuk placed on leave March 2005 after payment made to accuser from archdiocese's victims' compensation fund. He was reinstated in 10/05 after archdiocese investigated and again deemed allegation unsubstantiated. Paraniuk denied all allegations and said he had himself been fondled by two Franciscan priests when he was in his 20s in 1970s. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnaticom 03.09.05; ChannelCincinnaticom 03.10.05; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.10.05; WCPO 03.10.05; Catholic Telegraph 03.16.05; Beacon Journal (AP) 03.19.05; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Press Release 10.12.05; Cincinnati Enquirer 10.13.05; Dayton Daily News 10.13.05
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Pater
Daniel 1979 P Settled Diocesan In 1992 a woman told the archdiocese Pater sexually abused her beginning when she was age 14 in the early 1980s at St. Charles Borromeo in Kettering. Pater left for Rome to study in 1982 and became a Vatican diplomat in Africa, Australia, Vatican City and India. He admitted the abuse, which continued until late 1991 or early 1992 on his trips back to U.S. His victim and a second woman accusing Pater of abuse as a teen in the early 1980s sued in 2004. The suit was withdrawn after a 6/06 ruling by Ohio Supreme Court. On 2/21/14 it was announced that Vatican sentenced him to life of prayer & penance as of 1/21/14. Still a priest but no privileges. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Dayton Daily News 07.14.94; Dayton Daily News 07.11.95; Dallas Morning News 08.31.03; Chicago Sun Times 09.01.03; Dayton Daily News 09.01.03; Dayton Daily News 09.18.03; Dayton Daily News 09.23.03; Dallas Morning News 11.21.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.24.04; Dayton Daily News 03.24.04; Dallas Morning News 09.12.04; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Status Report 02.07.06; Dayton Daily News 06.23.06; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; Statement by Archdiocese of Cincinnati 02.21.14; WDTN 02.21.14; Cincinnati Enquirer 02.22.14; Patrick J Wall 09.29.17
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BA.org Assignment Record
Reilly
David F. 1975 P Cleared Diocesan Placed on administrative leave 8/06 after man made allegations that Reilly had improper contact with him in 1970s when he was 13 or 14 yrs old. Reilly admits contact but says it was not what it was alleged to be. On 02/21/14 the Archdiocese announced that a 3-priest Tribunal had cleared Reilly of the charges (confirmed by the Vatican) and restored him to active ministry. Status changed to Retired. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 08.19.06; Dayton Daily News 08.19.06; Hamilton Journal News 08.19.06; Middeltown Journal 08.20.06; Statement by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati 02.21.14; WDTN 02.21.14; Cincinnati Enquirer 02.22.14
Assignments:
Cincinnati Post 8.19.06; BA.org Assignment Record
Schetter
Albert E. 1955 P Sued Diocesan Retired in 1990. Died 5/5/02. Lawsuit filed in 2003 by two men accusing Schetter of sexual abuse when they were boys in the early 1960s. They also claimed the archdiocese knew and did nothing. One plaintiff had gone to the archdiocese in 1992 with his allegations. Archdiocesan officials offered the man counseling, which he declined. They also reviewed Schetter's personnel file and found that there had been complaints in the early 1960s of his "odd behavior" with children; officials' response in the early 1960s was to send the priest on a spiritual retreat. In 1992 Schetter was told to stay away from children. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Associated Press 11.05.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 11.06.03; Catholic Telegraph (Cincinnati, OH) 11.14.03
Assignments:
Middletown Journal 5.07.02; BA.org Assignment Record
Schoettmer
Kenneth J. 1968 P Convicted Diocesan Placed on leave after he admitted in 2001 that he had sexual encounters with boys between 1984 and 1999. Also downloaded porn and trolled Internet for boys. Pleaded guilty 2003 to one count of gross sexual imposition in exchange for the dismissal of additional charges of rape and sexual battery re 17-yr-old boy. Sentenced to 5 years' probation. Civil suit filed 2004. Still on payroll of Archdiocese as of 4/07. Laicization announced 5/11/07. On Sex Offender Register 1/21/12. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 06.23.01; Cincinnati Enquirer 06.24.01; Cincinnati Enquirer 06.30.01; Cincinnati Enquirer 08.05.01; Cincinnati Enquirer 09.27.01; Dayton Daily News 06.27.02; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.22.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 06.12.03; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Statement 02.07.06; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; WLWT 05.11.07; Cincinnati Post 05.12.07; Dayton Daily News 05.12.07
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Schutte
Robert W. 1943 P Accused Diocesan After ordination Schutte spent a year in a St. Augustine FL parish, after which he returned to his native OH. He taught high school and served in parishes as an assistant and then pastor in the Cincinnati archdiocese. He also was an assistant Air Force chaplain in FL.; the time-period for that is unclear. He retired in 1984. In late 2003 Schutte's privileges were removed after allegations arose that he sexually abused a minor several decades before. He died a little over a month later, in 1/04, at age 89. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Pathways Spring 2004; Catholic Telegraph (OH) 01.09.04; San Antiono Express-News 10.08.04
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Shelander
Donald E. 1970 P Reinstated Diocesan Retired 2002. Man told archdiocese late 2005 that Shelander sexually abused him late 1970s-early 1980s, when he was 14 to 18 years-old and Shelander was pastor of St. Mary's in Urbana. Archdiocese said it found "the semblance of truth" in the allegations and placed Shelander on leave in 3/06. He was returned to active status 2/09 after church tribunal found the allegations could not be proven. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 03.15.06; Dayton Daily News 03.16.06; Springfield News-Sun 03.16.06; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; Cincinnati Enquirer 02.02.09; Dayton Daily News 02.02.09; WTTE 02.02.09
Assignments:
The Beacon Journal 03.15.06; Columbus Dispatch 03.17.06; BA.org Assignment Record
Stephney Charles F. 1980? P Accused Society of the Precious Blood In 1981 Stephney was assigned to a Cincinnati parish and was chaplain at a Cincinnati jail. Several boys accused him of making sexual advances and jail officials asked him to leave. His Order sent him for treatment in Brooklyn NY and he was assigned to a parish there. In defiance of his Order, he left for Baltimore and went to work in DC for accused priest Rev. George Stallings in 1987. Stallings broke away from the Roman Catholic Church and started his own "Imani Temple." In 1990 Stephney was known to be assisting Stallings there. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Washington Post 04.30.90
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BA.org Assignment Record
Stricker Robert A. 1948 P Accused Diocese Stricker, 84 and retired, was placed on leave by the archdiocese 5/01/08 pending an investigation of claims that he sexually abused a boy in the 1950s at St. William parish, Price Hill. Archdiocese had investigated same man's allegations in 1993 but nothing conclusive found. The man provided new information in 2008 which Bishop Pilarczyk said had "a semblance of truth." Stricker was restored to ministry in 7/08 when archdiocese investigation determined the claim could not be substantiated. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Beacon Journal 05.01.08; Dayton Daily News 05.01.08; Local 12 05.01.08; WLWT 05.01.08; Cincinnati Enquirer 05.02.08; Dayton Daily News 07.17.08; Cincinnati Enquirer 07.18.08
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BA.org Assignment Record
Strittmatter
Lawrence 1957 P Sued Diocesan Former Elder High School principal. Sent for treatment in 1988 after allegations of child abuse in 1983. Placed on leave 2002 after allegations he abused 2-3 youths in 1970s. Named in numerous 2003 civil suits, with at least 28 plaintiffs. Most suits dropped because of statute of limitations. May have abused nearly 100 minors, ages ranging from 4th grade through high school. Laicized 3/06. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 06.10.02; Dayton Daily News 06.10.02; Cincinnati Enquirer 06.12.02; Dayton Daily News 06.13.02; Dayton Daily News 06.18.02; Cincinnati Post 05.22.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 05.24.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 08.11.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 08.12.03; WCPO 09.16.03; Dayton Daily News 09.18.03; Cincinnati Post 11.21.03; Dayton Daily News 09.09.05; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.09.06; Dayton Daily News 03.09.06; Cincinnati City Beat 07.13.10; WCPO 03.14.13; Cleveland Plain Dealer 11.21.17
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BA.org Assignment Record
Unwin
Richard M. 1979 P Accused Diocesan Placed on leave in 2004 after allegations Unwin sexually abused a male minor more than 15 yrs previously. Unwin acknowledged the abuse. Taught at Badin High, had been principal at Catholic Central High and principal and religion department chair at Lehman High School. Exact details of abuse allegation not released by Diocese per victim's request. Teaching certificate revoked by state 11/06. Laicization announced 5/11/07. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 08.11.03; Dayton Daily News 08.11.03; Diocesan Press Release 08.11.03; Dayton Daily News 09.23.03; Archdiocesan Status Report cached 02.07.06; Toledo Blade 10.06.06; Toledo Blade 10.07.06; Toledo Blade 11.10.06; Toledo Blade 11.15.06; WCPO 05.11.07; WLWT 05.11.07; Cincinnati Post 05.12.07; Dayton Daily News 05.12.07
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Vincent
David P. 1964 P Accused Diocesan In 2004, one man alleged abuse in 1980s but he refused to cooperate with the Archdiocese and nothing done. Vincent finally placed on leave in 3/05 after he was accused of abuse of one student at Elder High in 1970. Vincent denied all allegations.Returned to duty 10/12/05 after archdiocese investigation. Cincinnati, OH Source:
Cincinnati Enquirer 03.10.05; Dayton Daily News 03.10.05; Catholic Telegraph 03.16.05; Beacon Journal 03.19.05; Cincinnati Archdiocese Press Release 10.12.05; Cincinnati Enquirer 10.13.05; Dayton Daily News 10.13.05
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