CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Officials at The Citadel said Friday that accused sexual predator and former cadet Louis "Skip" ReVille was active in the school's "Bulldog Bullpup Program" during his years at the college.
According to Citadel spokeswoman Charlene Gunnells, ReVille served in the program during his tenure as a student between 1999 and 2002.
Gunnells says "Bulldog Bullpup" is a community service and cadet-mentoring program in which cadet volunteers are paired with young people from the community in need of role models.
The program hosts three supervised parties a year on campus for the "bullpups".
Police arrested 32-year-old Reville, of Mount Pleasant, in late October. They have charged him with three counts of criminal sexual conduct with a minor and five counts of lewd acts on a minor. Investigators with the Hanahan Police Department said last week that they are looking into six different cases involving ReVille.
He is being held in the Charleston County Detention Center.
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