(ALASKA DISPATCH NEWS) – A 37-year-old King Salmon pilot faces charges of child sex abuse for incidents involving a teenage girl, some of which happened during flights over the Alaska Peninsula.
Robert J. May has been charged with 10 counts of sexual abuse of a minor, as well as charges of reckless endangerment and reckless operation of an aircraft.
May is the owner and operator of RJ Aviation, an air taxi service based in King Salmon. State records show his business has been licensed since 2011.
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The charges say May also made sexual advances toward another woman. Assistant District Attorney James Klugman urged people with relevant information to call the troopers in King Salmon.