An Air Force combat cameraman at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland has been charged with committing lewd acts and exposing himself at a Texas Bible camp for youth in April.
A charge sheet alleges Airman 1st Class Nathan G. Wilson-Crow of the 3rd Combat Camera Squadron victimized three people, including one younger than 16, between April 26 and April 28.
Brent Boller, an Air Force spokesman, said the charges stem from incidents that allegedly occurred at Camp Eagle in Rocksprings, Texas. The camp is described on its website as a Bible-based camp that provides “moral and physical infrastructure” in a “beautiful and rugged environment.”
Wilson-Crow was apparently a volunteer at the camp, according to the San Antonio Express-News, which first reported the story.
The newspaper reported a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel arranged for Wilson-Crow to visit the camp, where he was to talk about the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. The retired officer reported the allegations after he learned about the airman’s alleged misconduct at the camp, according to the Express-News.
Wilson-Crow faces five charges and four specifications, according to the charge sheet.