Davenport police have arrested a former youth counselor with the Four Oaks juvenile facility after she allegedly helped three juveniles escape and had sexual relations with one of them while in Davenport.
Hannah Rose Fitzpatrick, 19, of Marion, Iowa, is charged with sexual misconduct with an offender.
The charge is an aggravated misdemeanor under Iowa law that carries a prison sentence of up to two years.
According to the arrest affidavit filed by Davenport Police Detective Elizabeth Tharp-Mayne, Fitzpatrick had been employed by Four Oaks as a youth counselor. On Feb. 2, she helped her victim and two other juveniles escape the facility, according to the affidavit.
Fitzpatrick then drove her victim and one other juvenile to 2318 W. 3rd St., Davenport, where the sex act occurred.
According to the affidavit, Fitzpatrick admitted to Marion Police detectives that she had sexual relations with the victim.
Fitzpatrick also is charged in Linn County with one count of harboring a runaway. The charge also is an aggravated misdemeanor.
According to the criminal complaint out of Linn County, Fitzpatrick picked up the two juveniles whom the court had ordered into placement at Four Oaks.
She provided them with food and a room at the LaQuinta hotel in Cedar Rapids. Fitzpatrick then drove them to Davenport.
Fitzpatrick was released Thursday from the Scott County Jail after posting a $2,000 cash-only bond.