Little Neck man who teaches on Long Island allegedly abused campers upstate: cops

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A Little Neck man remains locked up after being arrested last week on charges that he sexually abused five boys at an upstate camp.

Dylan Stolz, 51, was arrested by New York State Police troopers and members of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation in Queensbury on July 4 and charged with five counts of first-degree sexual abuse.

According to authorities, the investigation began on June 28 after officials received complaints from Brant Lake Camp in Brant Lake, NY, where Stolz had been a camp counselor for the past 33 years. He is also currently a teacher in the Hewlett-Woodmere school district in Nassau County.

Stolz was arraigned on July 5 before the city of Glens Falls Court and has been remanded to Warren County Jail for not being able to post bail of $50,000 or $100,000 secure bond. NBC New York reported that Stolz was placed on administrative reassignment by the school district.

Anyone who has information regarding Stolz’s arrest and crimes that he may have committed are encouraged to contact the Bureau of Criminal Investigation in Queensbury at 518-745-1035.

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