A New York FedEx driver has been accused of picking up teens in his truck while out on deliveries and sexual abusing them in a remote location.
State police said they were alerted to Joshua J. Ginyard on August 15 and began an investigation, New York State Police said.
On August 17, he was charged with two counts of disseminating indecent material to a minor for sexually explicit text messages he sent. He was released on his own recognizance as the investigation continued.
A week later, state police charged him with two counts of rape, two counts of a criminal sex act, and forcible touching.
Police said Ginyard drove the teens to a remote spot in town of Washington and gave them marijuana.
“While inside of the truck, Ginyard had sexual intercourse and oral sex with one of the juveniles on two separate occasions,” police said “Additionally, he forcibly touched another teen while inside of the truck.”
He’s being held in the Duchess County Jail on $25,000 bail.
State police said more charges are pending, and they suspect there may be more victims.
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[Featured image: Joshua Ginyard/New York State Police]