- The Enterprise
- The Recorder
St. Mary’s detectives report that they took on an ongoing investigation this week of allegations of assault offenses involving teenage counselors at a camp in Scotland, including reports that the counselors encouraged campers to take part in impromptu “fight club” activity.
“That is one of the current allegations that we are looking at,” a senior investigator said of the inquiry focused on conduct in July and last week at Camp Ernest W. Brown, operated by the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington, D.C.
The camp’s administrators initially contacted Maryland State Police and are continuing to cooperate in the matter, the investigator said, adding that there were no indications that any serious injuries arose from the counselors’ alleged actions, and no evidence that anyone with the capital city’s metropolitan police department was present during the alleged misconduct.
No arrests have ben made in the case, and detectives have asked that anyone with information about the matter call 301-475-4200, ext. 1963.
“We have a few [more] kids we still have to talk to,” the investigator said.