An arrest warrant has been issued for a former employee of St. Vincent’s Children’s Home, a Lansing charity aimed at providing shelter and services to children in need, especially those in foster care programs.
The former employee, 30-year-old Brett Donald Fellows, is alleged to have committed multiple sexual assaults against a 16-year-old girl who was placed at the Children’s Home. Authorities were tipped off by Child Protective Services on February 28. According to reports, Fellows was fired the next day. The Children’s Home has been closed since May, with the charity claiming a shortage of workers.
Grewal Law will be following this case as it works its way through the judicial system.
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