VIDEO: Boy Scouts Rape Suspect Tricked Into Coming To Police Station

(Video by Olmsted Falls Police)

OLMSTED FALLS, OH - A man trusted with the safety of a community and the well being of local boys is now behind bars on rape charges.  The above video, obtained by WTAM News, shows the moment Aaron Robertson's fellow officers took him into custody.  He was told to come to the police station to work on a special project, surrounded by officers and arrested.

Olmsted Falls police say the former auxiliary volunteer officer was fired Monday and is in the Strongsville Jail on child rape charges.  Robertson, 26, was also a Boy Scout troop leader and the victim was a member of the Scouts.  Marc Ryan, the CEO of the Cleveland branch of the Boy Scouts of America sent WTAM a video statement below.

Olmsted Falls Police Chief William Traine said there may be more victims.  "Justice will be served," Traine said in a news conference Monday night.

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