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Auburn student charged with child sex abuse at Missouri camp

Lee Bradberry,  of Auburn , has been charged with two counts of statutory sodomy, two counts of child molestation, one count of sexual misconduct and one count of attempted statutory sodomy. (Source: Auburn Police Department) Lee Bradberry, of Auburn , has been charged with two counts of statutory sodomy, two counts of child molestation, one count of sexual misconduct and one count of attempted statutory sodomy. (Source: Auburn Police Department)
AUBURN, AL (WTVM) -

A 22-year-old Auburn man has been arrested on six felony charges after Missouri authorities say he sexually abused three young boys while working at a Christian-themed sports camp. 

Lee Bradberry has been charged with sodomy, child molestation and sexual misconduct.
We're told the victims were between ages nine and 12.

He was taken into custody by Auburn Police on a fugitive from justice warrant. Investigators say the incidents happened back in July while Bradberry was a collegiate staffer at Kanakuk Kamps.    

News Leader 9 learned Bradberry has some sort of affiliation with Auburn Methodist Church, however an administrator at AUMC says an attorney has advised them not to release Bradberry's relationship because of the ongoing investigation. 

His is also a student at Auburn University. 

The Christian camp released a statement saying Bradberry was fired in July when the allegations against him were made.

Bradberry was arrested at an Auburn home and taken to the Lee County Detention Center where he awaits extradition. 

If you have any information on other possible cases of abuse, you are asked to call police.

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