Post by Logan on May 14, 2016 9:48:27 GMT -6
State regulators seized documents this week from a Delaware addiction center as part of an ethics inquiry connected to a criminal case that alleges a former clinic counselor had a sexual relationship with an underage patient.
Alberta Crowley, president of Crossroads of Delaware, said officials from the state Division of Professional Regulation came to her Wilmington office Wednesday and demanded employment records for Rebecca Adams, who is a former employee and Crowley's daughter.
Criminal prosecutors allege Adams had an ongoing sexual relationship with a 16-year-old who was receiving substance abuse treatment. The encounters occurred in several locations, including in a van in the Cheswold Wal-Mart parking lot, and in Adams' office at Crossroads' Milford counseling center, according to court records.
“Yesterday, two people showed up with a subpoena for Becky’s personnel file,” said Crowley. “Now they also wanted supervision logs – which I did give them copies of those – but I said I don’t have the personnel file, the Department of Justice has it.”
Read more: www.delawareonline.com/story/news/2016/05/13/state-ethics-investigators-visit-crossroads-delaware/84296522/