Yukon woman is accused of raping teenage boy in drug rehab center

By Darla Slipke, Staff Writer Modified: August 14, 2014 at 10:12 pm •  Published: August 14, 2014
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— A former employee of an adolescent drug rehabilitation center was arrested after being accused of sexually molesting a 15-year-old patient, investigators with the Canadian County sheriff’s office said.

Amy Thompson, 32, of Yukon, was arrested on a complaint of engaging in lewd acts against a minor and rape in the first degree, officials said.

A mother contacted authorities to report that her son had been sexually molested by Thompson while he was receiving treatment at the Fort Reno Adolescent Drug and Rehabilitation Center.

Thompson, who investigators said is married and has three children, told authorities she met the boy while she was an employee of the center.

Her duties when she worked for the center included providing supervision and care to patients who were receiving treatment. Thompson has not worked for the center since July.

Bill Alexander, co-facility director, said Thompson quit. She worked as a youth guidance specialist for the center, and had been employed there for about five months, Alexander said.

A parent notified the center on Wednesday about a possible inappropriate relationship between an ex-employee and an underage client, Alexander said. He said his facility notified authorities and is assisting the sheriff’s office.

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