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Religious tutor allegedly exposed himself to two students Feb. 24 during online lesson

Indecent Liberties | Cruelty & Injuries to Children – On Sunday, Feb. 28, detectives from the Prince William County Police Department’s Special Victims Unit, in conjunction with Child Protective Services, began an investigation into a reported indecent exposure incident that was alleged to have occurred at a home in the Dumfries (22026) area of Prince William County on Wednesday, Feb. 24.

According to MPO Renee Carr, public information officer for the Police Department, the investigation revealed that a religious tutor, identified as the accused, exposed himself to two children of the same family, identified as a 10-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy, during an online tutoring session.

During the investigation, MPO Carr said detectives further learned that the accused allegedly physically abused one of the victims, the 12-year-old boy, during an in-home tutoring session at the victim’s residence in November 2020. During that encounter, the accused forced the victim to remove his clothing before binding his hands and feet to a chair with zip-tie restraints and repeatedly striking him with a cane as punishment.

The allegations were recently reported to police prompting the investigation. On March 1, following the investigation, detectives obtained arrest warrants for the accused who was located and arrested at his Woodbridge residence without incident later that evening. A search warrant was also subsequently obtained and executed at the home.

Arrested on March 1:
Adam Ahmad COUNTEE, 35, of 1297 Bayside Ave, #2, in Woodbridge
Charged with 2 counts of taking indecent liberties with children, 2 counts of using a communication device to solicit certain offenses involving children, and 1 count of cruelty and injuries to children
Court Date: Pending | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

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