Director for at-risk youth program charged with 2nd degree sexual abuse

RAINBOW CITY, Ala. (WIAT) — As the director of a program for at-risk young people, Phillip Gramling had contact with children ages 12 to 17. Now Gramling has been charged with second degree sexual abuse.

The program saving teens at risk is in Cherokee County. Rainbow City Police arrested Gramling. He’s out of the Etowah County Jail on bond.

It’s not clear whether investigators suspect there could be more victims.

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