American Gregory Dow to be charged with sexual abuse at Kenyan orphanage he founded

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In Summary

  • McSwain says Dow fled Kenya in September 2017 after being accused of sexual abuse of girls at the Dow Family Children’s Home in Boito, Bomet County.
  • A tipster contacted the Lancaster County prosecutors’ office last year.
  • That started an investigation that produced the new charges that he violated a U.S. law against sexual contact with minors in foreign countries.

Federal prosecutors say a Pennsylvania man sexually molested four teenage girls at a Kenyan orphanage he founded with a church’s help.

U.S. Attorney William McSwain announced charges on Friday against 60-year-old Gregory Dow of Lancaster, hours after he was taken into custody.

McSwain says Dow fled Kenya in September 2017 after being accused of sexual abuse of girls at the Dow Family Children’s Home in Boito, Bomet County.

A tipster contacted the Lancaster County prosecutors’ office last year.

This started an investigation that produced the new charges that he violated a U.S. law against sexual contact with minors in foreign countries.

Dow told the LNP newspaper this year that he had not done anything wrong.

He is expected to appear in federal court in Philadelphia on Friday next week.

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