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A Wichita school district security officer has been released on bond as police continue to look into an allegation that he sexually molested a young boy.
Wichita Police Lt. Jeff Weible of the Exploited and Missing Child Unit said a 24-year-old man reported that he was sexually molested about 10 years ago. The allegation led to the arrest of Alex Robinson on Friday, and Robinson has since bonded out of jail. Weible said this is the only victim to report an incident, and police will be talking to a number of other people.
Police Chief Norman Williams said Robinson was a police officer at the time of the allegation. He said the case is greatly disturbing. He said a complete and thorough investigation will be conducted.
Police captain Brent Allred said there are "a lot of kids" who will have to be interviewed.
Robinson was honored by then President George W. Bush during a 2007 visit to Wichita for his many hours of volunteer with the Boys and Girls Club and other community organizations.