Child Victims Act left behind in state’s budget, kept alive by survivors
UNE 14, 2018
The Lafayette Diocese priest accused of sexually abusing a teenager turned himself in Wednesday to the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office, 10 days after the diocese publicly disclosed the allegation.
Michael Guidry, 75, confessed to assaulting the victim, who was 16 at the time, after serving the boy alcohol, according to the Sheriff’s Office. The abuse occurred at Guidry’s home in Morrow, authorities said.
Guidry was released after posting $21,500 bond, according to Maj. Eddie Thibodeaux. Guidry faces one count of . . .
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