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Woodland Park Police arrest Sonic employee for sex assault on a child

WOODLAND PARK, Colo. (KRDO) -- The Woodland Park Police Department released that they arrested a 30-year-old employee at the Sonic fast-food restaurant on Highway 24, saying there was a pattern of sexual assault on a child while he was employed there.

WPPD is now asking for other victims to come forward, after they say Johnathan Burruss "engaged in unlawful sexual conduct with a minor child while in a position of trust" while he worked at the Sonic restaurant.

Burruss is facing four charges: felony sexual assault while in a position of trust, felony sex assault, felony sex assault on a child - pattern of abuse, and misdemeanor unlawful sexual contact on a minor.

Police report that Burruss is in custody at the Teller County Jail and is not currently eligible for bond.

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  1. So what are we talking about here? An underage employee or a child left unattended in the dinning area.

    1. Pattern of as sault so same victim over time, and for this charge the victim would have to be fourteen or younger. He is thirty years old, and its a position of trust so supervisor or caretaker.

  2. Looks like he lives in Colorado Springs, so folks in both counties should be aware in case there are other victims.

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