Camp manager accused of sexually assaulting boy

HCSO: Incident allegedly happened at Camp Katy Technology Camps

KATY, Texas - A man has been accused of sexually assaulting a boy at a camp, and investigators said they're worried that other boys may have been targeted.

Anthony Tang, 38, has been charged with sexual assault and indecency with a child.

Harris County sheriff's deputies said about two years ago, Tang worked as a manager at Camp Katy Technology Camps and attacked a 14-year-old boy.

"Two years later, he had an outcry statement to a therapist in Oregon," Deputy Thomas Gilliland said.

Gilliland said the boy became suicidal.

According to its website, Camp Katy Technology Camps started in 2004 as a way to bridge the gap between what schools are teaching and what is needed to succeed in the real world.

"As both the business owner and a mother, I am sickened by the allegations," Camp Katy Technology Camps owner Amber Strickland said. "We are reviewing the details to ascertain how something like this could have happened."

Under-aged participants spent the night at the camp, officials said.

Investigators said they suspect Tang may have had inappropriate contact with other boys.

"If the stigma of being a sexual assault victim is holding them back, by every right we want them to come forward," Gilliland said.

Tang is being held in the Harris County Jail with bond set at $60,000. He does not have a previous criminal history.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Harris County Sheriff's Office at 713-830-3250 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

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