Cop Suspended for “Dozens of Sex Crimes” Against Children as Young as 10


Charges include second-degree rape, indecent behavior with a juvenile and molestation of a juvenile.

Via Nola

Officer Marcellus White is accused of luring the boy into his bedroom, pushing him onto a bed and performing oral sex on the teen against the boy’s wishes. Court documents said the 15-year-old boy and his mother have moved to Mississippi, unable to bear living in New Orleans in the wake of the sexual assault alleged to have occurred in March or early April of this year when the boy was 14.

Full report as follows:

Sabrina Canfield | Courthouse News Service

NEW ORLEANS (CN) – The mother of a young boy in New Orleans claims in court that her son was sexually assaulted by a city police officer who was then-acting president of a youth mentoring program.

In a complaint filed in the Orleans Parish Civil District Court, plaintiff Daniell Savoy says Marcellus White, 46, sexually assaulted her son while he was participating in the Sigma Beta Club.

According to the Jan. 26 complaint, the club is an auxiliary of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, and is committed to meeting the cultural, athletic, social and educational needs of children.

White, a 19 -veteran of the police force, is currently being held in Orleans Parish Prison on charges he committed dozens of sex crimes against boys between the ages of 10 and 15 over a period of more than a decade.

Savoy says her son joined the Sigma Beta Club in 2013, and that he was one of several boys who spent the weekend at White’s home in the  Algiers neighborhood of New Orleans in February 2016.

During the weekend, the complaint says, White sexually abused the child. The lawsuit does not say how old the boy was at the time.

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