Charges to be Dropped Against Parents Who Didn't Adequately Protect Child From Sex Offender
Charges against parents accused of endangering the welfare of a child have been dropped, contingent upon the pair taking classes.
Authorities found a 13-year-old boy's parents failed to "exercise due diligence" by allowing the boy to have contact with a sex offender.
In December, after a 10-month investigation, police charged Jay Kroll, a Level Two sex offender, with having contact with the child.
The family's names will not be released to protect the identity of the teen.