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Posted on: September 30, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Willow Street Public Servant Jailed on $500K Bail for New Set of Sex-Abuse Crimes


A Willow Street public servant already accused of numerous sex crimes was charged Wednesday with the most serious allegations yet, regarding abuse of children.

Southern Regional police filed 14 new charges Thursday afternoon against Stanley K. Todd.

In all, Todd is accused of sexual abuse of three different girls since 2000.

Todd was out on bail for three prior sets of sex-abuse charges. On Thursday, District Judge William Benner set bail at $500,000 after arraigning Todd on charges of rape of a child, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child, and related counts.

Regarding those charges, Todd repeatedly abused a girl over six years, beginning in 2000.

Todd, 29, hasn’t posted bail.

Last month, Todd was ordered to stand trial on 16 other charges, filed by Southern Regional and West Lampeter police departments.

Southern Regional police Officer Dianne Carter filed the new charges, including eight felonies.

Lancaster County Assistant District Attorney Christopher Sarno is prosecuting the case.

Todd was recently a member of West Willow Fire Company.

He is presumed innocent.

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