Toronto Building Superintendent Charged in Alleged Sex Assault of Two Children

Toronto Building Superintendent Charged in Alleged Sex Assault of Two Children

Toronto police say a building superintendent has been charged in the alleged sexual assaults of two children.

Investigators say the man allegedly assaulted a young girl over the course of four years on multiple occasions.

They say he is facing four charges in connection with those allegations, including sexual assault and sexual interference.

Police say the same man is accused of befriending a boy in 2013 and spending ``a significant amount of time'' with him from the time he was 11 until he was 14.

They say the man allegedly sexually assaulted the boy on several occasions and has been charged with sexual assault, sexual interference, invitation to sexual touching and indecent exposure to a person under 16 years.

Police say 42-year-old Barry Strangways will appear in court on Monday.

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