A man was arrested after the sister of a 15-year-old caught the two in naked in a truck parked at a Levittown elementary school, police said.
Phillip Raymond, 35 of Levittown, was arrested by Falls Township Police Saturday on several sexual related offenses, including statutory sexual assault.
Authorities were contacted by the 15- year old girl’s mother Friday and met with the victim where she admitted to having sexual relations with the defendant whom she met two weeks ago, court documents state.
Phillip met the young girl while he was on vacation he told police, in the Pocono’s about two weeks ago saying the victim was a friend a female cousin of his, who invited the girl to come on the vacation, police said.
The victim told police Raymond contacted her on Friday, May 3 and picked her up at her home in his truck and went to the parking lot of Penn Valley Elementary School with the defendant’s dog in tow. Once there, they started kissing on the swings, headed back to his truck where they had “consensual sexual intercourse,” in which the defendant wore a condom, court documents state.
The victim told police that shortly thereafter, she heard a “bang” on the truck and when she looked up she saw her sister, who then proceeded to open the door of the truck and witnessed both her sister and the defendant naked; the sister then called police, court documents said.
Raymond was brought into police custody, and said he and the girl sat inside of the truck “just kind of elbowing each other” and talking when the girl attempted to kiss him, but he turned away, and it was then when he heard banging on the his truck. The sister opened the door and started “freaking out.” because the 15 year old was out late, guessed the defendant, the affidavit of probable cause said.
Raymond, according to police, said the girl implied she was 18, “but I figured around 16.”
He was sent to Bucks County Prison on 10 percent of $50,000 bail. According to court documents, the 35-year-old posted bail and was released on Saturday.
His preliminary hearing is set for June 5 in front of District Court Judge Jan Vislosky.
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