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New details about Conn. man in Vt. sex slavery case

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WEST HAVEN, Conn. -

We have new details about one of the men from Connecticut charged in a 13-year sex slavery case in Vermont.

Frank Meyer was the West Haven volunteer fire captain and is now accused of sexually assaulting a boy thousands of times in Vermont, starting when the boy was 12.

Meyer had multiple positions in Connecticut that granted him access to children. He was on the board of directors for the West Haven Community House, a nonprofit helping children with pre-school and day care, but officials there say he was not interacting with the kids.

He is also no longer running a program with the Boy Scouts for kids interested in becoming firefighters.

He is on administrative leave from his volunteer firefighter position.

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