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Reports of two sexual assault complaints surface at Concordia language camp

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Beltrami County Sheriff Phil Hodapp announced today that the Sheriff's Office received a report regarding allegations of a sexual assault involving a teacher's assistant From the French Academy in St. Louis Park by the name of Adrien Massy. Massy is alleged to have assaulted an eleven year old victim while at the Concordia Language Village during the week of May 22 through May 27. The victim is a student of the French Academy of MN located in St. Louis Park, MN and the suspect was employed as a teacher's Assistant at the French Academy of MN in St. Louis Park. The suspect accompanied another teacher from the French Academy to the Concordia Language Village during the week in May to host an end of year graduation party at the Concordia Language Villages with graduates of the French Academy.

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The alleged sexual assault occurred while Massy was at Concordia Language Village with the students.

The victim initially reported the assault to the victim's parents approximately one week after the return to St. Louis Park by the group of students and teachers.

Massy has since fled the country and his last known location was Reykjavik-Keflavik, Iceland. A complaint was signed by the Beltrami County Attorney and an arrest warrant issued for Massy. Beltrami County Sheriff's Investigators are working with the Edina and St. Louis Park police on the investigation. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement offices are assisting with locating the suspect.

In addition to the above details, a second complaint was received at a later date. That complaint was from a 10 year old who was assaulted under the same circumstances by the same suspect. That second complaint formed the basis for an arrest warrant on Massy. Assault charges on the 11 year old's reports are pending as well with the County Attorney's Office.

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