GLOVERSVILLE – A city man who previously was charged with forcibly touching a teenage girl now is facing several more charges related to sexual contact with young girls.
Raymond Duesler, 55, of 27 Park St., was charged Thursday with first-degree sexual abuse for allegedly having sexual contact with the teenager when she was 10 years old, police said.
Duesler previously was charged Jan. 10 with forcible touching and endangering the welfare of a child after he entered his bathroom naked Jan. 9 and touched a 17-year-old girl who was showering, police said. The girl had spent the night at Duesler’s residence with a family member of Duesler, police said.
A followup investigation revealed Duesler had subjected the same female to sexual contact at his residence in 2006, police said.
Further investigation led to other charges against Duesler for his actions involving other young girls, police said.
Duesler was charged with endangering the welfare of a child for entering a shower at his residence in February 2012 while a 16-year-old female was showering, said police, who added he threw cheese at the girl.
Duesler also turned on a pornographic video in front of her and made references to intimate areas of her body while asking her to take off her top, police said in a news release.
Also in February, he exposed his nude body to a 15-year-old in his residence while he turned on a pornographic movie in her presence, police said.
He was charged with endangering the welfare of a child in this incident.
In August, while at his residence, he asked a 15-year-old female to touch his private parts and perform oral sex on him, police said. The female refused and left, police said. He was charged with endangering the welfare of a child in that incident.
In January 2013, while at his residence, he entered the shower while a 17-year-old female was in there, police said, and he forcibly touched her sexually without her consent.
He was charged with a count of forcible touching in that incident.
Duesler was arraigned by Judge Traci DiMezza in City Court.
He was sent to the Fulton County Jail and will reappear in court at a later date, police said.