The following is a summary of one of many cases across the country compiled in a Hearst Connecticut Media investigation of sexual abuse connected in some way to local affiliates of Boys & Girls Club of America, their staff, volunteers, members and/or attendees. Boys & Girls Club of America said that it does not keep a public list of sexual abuse incidents connected to clubs. If you have a story to share, or have information related to this or other incidents, contact us here.

A 17-year-old boy is facing criminal charges after he allegedly sexually abused a 13-year-old girl in a computer lab at the Boys & Girls Club of Broward County in North Lauderdale, Florida, according to a police report.

The boy was arrested July 17 by the Broward County Sheriff's office and charged with lewd or lascivious molestation, one day after the assault is alleged to have happened.

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The boy and the girl both attended a Boys & Girls Club camp, the sheriff's office said in its report. When police interviewed the boy, he allegedly admitted to molesting the girl, according to the report.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County said it is aware of an allegation of inappropriate behavior involving two club members.

"As soon as this behavior was reported, we immediately contacted the proper authorities and the parents of the members involved," said Brian Quail, president and CEO of the club. "We are deeply concerned about these allegations and are cooperating fully with authorities as they investigate this very serious matter."

The safety and protection of the children is always the club's number one priority, Quail said.

"Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County is committed to the highest standards of ethical behavior and integrity and does not tolerate inappropriate or illegal activity on the part of any Club staff, volunteer or youth member," he said.

The 17-year-old's next court date was not publicly available in August as his case is being heard in juvenile court, but a letter sent to the victim from the prosecutor's office indicates the case is moving forward for prosecution.