A pair of teenage counselors accused of engaging in lewd acts last year at a camp for children with diabetes have been sentenced to probation.
Jordan Corliss, 19, and Samuel Olsen, 19, pleaded guilty in July to two misdemeanor counts of lewdness. Two other counts of lewdness against each man were dismissed.
According to charges filed in 3rd District Court, Olsen and Corliss were naked and "acting out sexual positions" and "drawing attention to themselves" while in a shower room with younger boys at the camp in September 2011.
The counselors used "sexual language and terminology," while together in a shower stall, the charges state. At one point, one of the counselors stood nude in front of a 13-year-old and "stuck his buttocks" into a stall where another 13-year-old was showering, the charges state.
Corliss and Olsen, both of Price, were working as counselors for the Foundation for Children and Youth with Diabetes, which was hosting the camp in Big Cottonwood Canyon, when the incidents occurred Sept 9.
The men were sentenced to 18 months probation and 100 hours of community service. They also were ordered to complete psycho-sexual evaluations and to stay away from schools, camps or businesses focusing on children.