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Coach Accused of Sexually Abusing Players to Appear in Court

Dennis Reed Dyer is accused of sexually assaulting some of the children who played on his tee-ball team in the 1970s.

The below information comes from Prince William County Police records and county court documents. Where arrests or charges are mentioned it does not indicate a conviction.

A Manassas Park man accused of sexually abusing children from the tee-ball team he coached in the 1970s is slated to appear in court for a hearing Tuesday.

 Dennis Reed Dyer, 58, is charged with two counts of taking indecent liberties with a child, Prince William County Police reports show.

One of the two victims contacted Prince William County police in April and told them Dyer had abused him in 1978 when he was 6 or 7 years old.

Police discovered a second alleged victim during their investigation.

Dyer was arrested in late April, but it is not clear if Dyer is released on bond or if he remains in custody.

Sean Chandler West June 26, 2012 at 04:55 PM
I'm actively at this point looking for other men who were abused even before the 70s by a man who owned and/or ran Manassas Lumber Co. I won't name him here, though. He took me to a house at the intersection of the main street leading to 66 from the town center and West Street. The confrontation was both physically and emotionally destructive. I now reach out to other men who were abused in the past at any time (Be of legal age.) I was also molested at Fairview School in Fairfax Station five times by the principal. I was painfully shy and they were adult predators. I do my own outreach but no counseling. Please use Camp Monte Vita in Google or go to eBayClasssifiedsDC and put Camp Monte Vita in to find it and me. Thanks, Sean Chandler West

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