The one-time director of the Rocky Mount Habitat for Humanity is accused of having sexual activity with a state inmate who was on work release.
William Mcauley was arrested Friday by Rocky Mount police.
Police say the 69-year-old man is accused of two counts of sexual activity by a custodian. The victim was a 29-year-old inmate at the Fountain Correctional Center for Women. The offenses took place on August 8th of last year and April 6th of this year.
Police tell us Mcauley is no longer the director for Habitat for Humanity and that no other employees of the charity were involved in the alleged criminal conduct.
Mccauley's bond was set at $52,000.
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