A Penn Township man is accused of raping a teenage girl over the period of six months, according to police.
Penn Township Police say Alex Horen Kailian, 56, raped the teen between October and April of this year.
Kailian is charged with rape, statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with someone under 16, aggravated indecent assault, sexual assault, corruption of minors and indecent assault, among other charges.
Investigation: Police began their investigation in late October, when someone had reported that Kailian admitted to having sex with the girl, who is 15, charging documents allege.
Police say Kailian had sex with the girl, whom he knew, about 10 times.
The victim told officials she was afraid Kailian would hurt or kill her or her family if she told anyone, court documents state.
Court documents state Kailian touched her genitals, and they had intercourse on several occasions.
Kailan was sent to York County Prison in lieu of $100,000 bail. He does not have an attorney listed.
A Catholic bishop has taken the rare step of writing to parishioners about a paedophile priest who is about to be released from jail.
Father Finian Egan, 81, is walking out of Sydney's Long Bay prison.
He was sentenced in 2013 to eight years behind bars for rape and seven counts of indecent assault on young girls during the 1960s to 1980s.
Broken Bay Diocese Bishop Peter Comensoli has written to parishioners, in northern Sydney and the Central Coast, informing them he had banned Father Finian from even referring to himself as a former priest.
'This development will occasion different reactions and emotions for many of you, even distress, especially for those who may have known Finian, and most particularly for those who have been offended against and hurt by him,' he said in his letter.
The State Parole Authority had allowed Father Finian to be released from jail, after serving four years of an eight-year sentence, because they considered him too old to reoffend.
He was convicted of indecently assaulting three girls, aged between 10 and 17, between 1961 and 1987 while he worked as a priest at Leichhardt, in Sydney's inner-west, Carlingford in the city's north and at The Entrance on the Central Coast.
His release from jail comes only five days after the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse held its final sitting in Sydney to mark the end of a five-year, $500 million investigation.
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