Jury picked for trial of camp counselor in Warren County charged with sex abuse of children

February 05, 2019 04:52 PM

QUEENSBURY - A jury was picked Tuesday for the sex abuse trial of a longtime counselor at an exclusive Warren County summer camp. 

Dylan Stolz, 51, is accused of sexually abusing nine young boys while he worked at Brant Lake Camp in Horicon for more than three decades. Police say the alleged victims range in age from 8 to 11 years old.


Prosecutors and Stolz's attorney will make their opening arguments Wednesday morning.

If convicted of the top counts, Stolz, who is an elementary school teacher on Long Island, could go to prison for up to 20 years. He turned down a plea deal that offered a sentence of seven to 12 years.


Mark Mulholland

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