Parker business owner charged with sex assault on child

Police ask for help with finding victims

Elliott Wenzler
ewenzler@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 9/30/22

The owner of a Parker company that offers athletic training for children has been charged with four counts of sexual assault on a child by one in a position of trust.

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Parker business owner charged with sex assault on child

Police ask for help with finding victims

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The owner of a Parker company that offers athletic training for children has been charged with four counts of sexual assault on a child by one in a position of trust.

Aaron Carrado, 48 is the owner of Strength in Christ Athletes, located at the corner of South Twenty Mile Road and Pony Express Drive. 

Carrado was also charged with four counts of unlawful sexual contact and two counts of sexual exploitation of a child.  

“We are releasing this information and Mr. Carrado’s photo to determine if there are any additional victims,” according to a release from the Parker Police Department. 

Strength in Christ Athletes was formerly located in Centennial. According to its website, the company offers athletic performance instruction and training for those with collegiate or professional aspirations. 

“We recommend to parents that young athletes start training and focusing on their physical foundation by the age of 10,” according to the website. “At SIC Athletes, we select age appropriate exercises and drills as well as utilize a variety of tactics to train athletes of all ages. The earlier you start training, the further you can take your athletic career!”

The police department asks that anyone who may have been victimized by Carrado or knows someone who may have been a victim contact Detective Bev Wilson at 303-805-6561. 

crime, Aaron Carrado, Strength in Christ Athletes, Parker, police

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