CEDAR CITY — Two staff members of Integrity House, a residential treatment facility for girls ages 12-17, have been arrested after allegations of sexual assault at the facility were lodged May 21.
Daniel Taylor, 42, identified by police as the executive director of the treatment center, and supervisor Jamie Frost, 28, face possible felony charges in connection with the alleged assaults, which could involve multiple female victims, Cedar City police said.
Taylor was arrested Friday for investigation of rape and sexual abuse of a child. Both offenses are first-degree felonies. Some of the charges against Taylor were enhanced due to the position of trust he held over the victims, police said.
Frost faces possible charges of assault. "One of the assaults was against a female resident of the program, and the other against a female staff member," according to a news release from police.
The cases remain under investigation, police said.
— Marjorie Cortez