Documents from the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office investigation of a serial child molester
Former YMCA Camp Warren director Bob Telleen's notes on a conversation with former Blake Headmaster Jack Edie regarding revelations that Bill Jacobs molested a student at the prep school where he taught. Jacobs had been counselor at the camp a decade before the allegations surfaced at the school.
Former YMCA Camp Warren Director Bob Telleen writes to his successor, John Howard, how he quietly handled sexual abuse allegations against Bill Jacobs from the school where he taught at the same time he was serving as a camp counselor.
Former YMCA Camp Warren director John Howard writes to his predecessor Bob Telleen that he was "astounded" at sexual abuse allegations against Bill Jacobs at Blake.
Former YMCA Camp Warren Director Bob Telleen writes to his successor, John Howard, that Bill Jacobs "seemed resigned to a new career" after he was fired from his camp counselor and teaching jobs following an allegation of sexual abuse against a student at Blake School.
Bill Jacobs wrote a letter of apology shortly after meeting in 1993 with a man he molested in the 1960s. Michael Campion, then assistant superintendent of the BCA, arranged the meeting and spoke with the Attorney General's office, but the case was too old to charge Jacobs, who then was chief of the Minneapolis Park Police Department.