Owner of New Milford Sports Center Arrested | NBC Connecticut

Owner of New Milford Sports Center Arrested



    New Milford Police
    David Amory, owner of Top Flight Sports Center in New Milford, was arrested Tuesday on charges of fourth-degree sex assault and risk of injury to a minor.

    Police have charged the owner of Top Flight Sports Center in New Milford after investigating possible child abuse at the center.

    David Amory has been charged with two counts of risk of injury to a minor and two counts of sex assault in the fourth degree. He turned himself in on Tuesday.

    He appeared in court on Tuesday and bond was set at $30,000.

    Police said there were two victims, both under the age of 10, and the alleged sexual assaults happened at Top Flight Sports Center between 2011 and 2012.

    Top Flight closed in August and gave an explanation on its website, saying financial problems were to blame after closing the daycare at the complex in June. 

    According to records from the Health Department, it actually surrendered its license before the state planned to revoke it.  Officials said they found safety and health violations last August and more problems last month dealing with adequate staffing and records. 
    Amory's attorney declined to comment on Tuesday.

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