• Police: Couple accused of sexually abusing 2 girls, 1 with mental disabilities


    CHARTIERS TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Only Channel 11 was there as Chartiers Township police arrested Kimberly Campbell on Thursday.

    Police said she and her boyfriend, Gary Bates, sexually abused two girls inside their Railroad Street home in Houston.

    According to police, Campbell told a 13-year-old to go upstairs to her bedroom because it was cooler and she would give her cake.

    That’s where they said Bates was waiting and the couple sexually assaulted the girl.

    Police said the couple also assaulted a 19-year-old with mental disabilities.  According to police, the removed the girl’s clothes, saying they were checking for cancer, before they sexually assaulted her.

    When officers arrived to arrest the couple Thursday, Bates needed an ambulance.

    “He came down the steps.  He had a blanket wrapped around him, and we noticed blood on his hands.  As the blanket opened up, they saw a wound in his abdomen,” said Police Chief James Horvath.

    Campell was taken to the Washington County Jail, where police said Bates will head after his medical treatment

    Officers asked Bates what happened.  Bates told them he fell on a knife, police said.

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