Camden County Police Officer Indicted For Sexually Assaulting Teenage Girl

MOUNT HOLLY – A Camden County police officer has been indicted on charges claiming he sexually assaulted a teenage girl.

Tyler J. Chrupcala, 25, of Riverton, was indicted Tuesday on four counts of second degree sexual assault as well as endangering the welfare of a child, according to the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office.

The alleged assault took place at a Riverton home in November 2016. The victim later contacted police, who arrested Chrupcala. He was a member of the Camden County Police Department at the time of his arrest, authorities said.

Chrupcala has not worked for the department in nearly a year, as police moved to suspend him without pay during the investigation and subsequent court proceedings, according to Dan Keashen, a spokesman for the Camden County Police Department.

Chrupcala worked as a reserve officer with the Burlington City Police Department from March 2014 to March of 2016 before resigning and moving to the Camden County Police Department, Burlington City Police Captain John Fine said. He mostly worked special events, had no major disciplinary issues during his time there and passed a background check before he was hired, Fine said.

Authorities are withholding the age of the victim and exact location of the assault to protect her identity.


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