Former Boise group home employee charged with rape
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Prosecutors have charged a former employee of a Boise group home with rape and attempted rape because they say he confessed to abusing two disabled residents.
Christopher Bleily, 24, of Meridian, was arraigned Thursday in 4th District Court. He has not yet entered a plea and court records do not show if he obtained an attorney. A phone number for Bleily could not be found.
During a probable cause hearing earlier this month, prosecutor John Dinger said Bleily sought out police officers to confess the crimes, allegedly committed while he worked at the group home in 2014.
The Ada County Prosecutor’s Office has declined to reveal which group home was involved.
Dinger said the victims in the case were both non-verbal and disabled.