Teaching volleyball to children

You can change the location at any time. A former Oregon City School District teaching aide was sentenced to more than 18 years in state prison Teaching volleyball to children after he admitted to sexually abusing three students with mental disabilities while working as their swim instructor. He was also charged in federal court on child pornography-related charges and investigated, but not charged, in Multnomah County for other alleged misconduct involving children.

As part of a plea agreement with the Clackamas and Multnomah County district attorney offices, and Oregon’s U. Attorney’s Office, he is expected to be sentenced April 16 in U. District Court in Portland to 28 years in federal prison. He is required to register as a sex offender. Additional state charges of first-degree official misconduct were dropped as part of the plea deal. He worked with kids who have mental and physical disabilities and has held other jobs that put him in direct contact with children in Clackamas and Multnomah counties since the early 1990s.

He was fired by the school district that March. The victims in the Clackamas County case were 8, 10 and 12, said Scott Healy, a senior county deputy district attorney. Federal and local authorities served a search warrant at his house five months later and found several videos and pictures on his computer of children being abused. Another video shows Mcglothlin rubbing his penis against the same baby as the child is fully clothed and sitting on a large exercise ball. Authorities found essays on his laptop that described drugging and sexually abusing children. He kept an electronic journal on his computer and wrote about the three girls he abused in the Clackamas County case, said Healy, the prosecutor. In the journal entries, he described in detail abusing the girls during swimming sessions at the Oregon City Swimming Pool as other people were around.