A 94 year-old Michigan man, accused of improprieties with children at a youth camp in Jackson Hole decades ago is to face charges in Wyoming now that his extradition has been ordered. Tribune Broadcasting in Chicago is reporting that complaints against William Bricker have also come from former students at a school in Winnetka, Illinois – a Chicago suburb. However, the statute of limitations in Illinois has run its course, and charges stemming from those cases can no longer be brought. Wyoming has no statute of limitations and Bricker now faces charges in Teton County pertaining to three alleged incidents at Teton Valley Ranch Camp. No date has been published for Bricker’s extradition to take place.
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