York man guilty of sexually touching child at church summer camp

By Deborah Mcdermott
Seacoast Online
July 28, 2015

Jason Paciulli, 38, Route 103, York Harbor, was found guilty of sexual touching a child at a church summer camp.

YORK — A York Harbor man has been found guilty in York County Superior Court in connection with a sexual touching incident at a First Parish Church summer camp last year.

Jason Paciulli, 38, Route 103, York Harbor, was sentenced on July 17 to 364 days in jail on condition he have no contact with the victim, receive counseling and is never employed in a setting that caters to minors. 

According to police, the minor victim told her mother that she had been touched inappropriately by a staff maintenance worker at the church while attending the summer camp in July 2014. She said she had been kissed and touched on her chest while in the basement area of the church, police said.

Based on the information, police met with Paciulli, who subsequently admitted to the incident. He was arraigned in York District Court last November, and the case was then moved to Superior Court, said police.

Contact: dmcdermott@seacoastonline.colm


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