HERSHEY, Pa. (WHTM)– A man is facing multiple charges for reportedly committing sexual crimes against a minor at a Midstate fire department.

According to police, Michael Blouch, 19, of Lebanon County faces charges for a sexual assault incident that allegedly happened Wednesday at the Hershey Fire Department.

In a report filed by Derry Township Police, a trustee of the fire department reported seeing a junior firefighter engaged in a sexual act with Blouch. Police say the teen had invited Blouch to hang out in the lounge room inside the fire department.

Police say the incident was captured on surveillance video and that the two admitted to participating in the sexual activity before being caught.

“The Hershey Volunteer Fire Company is aware of the recent arrest at our building. The
accused is not nor has ever been a member of our organization. The fire company is
cooperating fully with local police. We have no further comment at this time.”

Hershey Volunteer Fire Department

Felony charges that include involuntary deviate sexual intercourse – person less than 16 years of age, unlawful contact with minor, statutory sexual assault, and corruption of minors have been filed against Blouch, according to online court documents.

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Blouch is currently out on unsecured bail that was set at $50,000. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Aug. 15.