Mr. Randall Meagher – Diocese of Harrisburg

On Behalf of | Jun 23, 2020 | Abuser Profiles, Catholic Church

Mr. Randall Meagher

Diocese of Harrisburg/Lay Teacher

Assignment History:

  • 2000-2004: Bishop McDevitt High School (Harrisburg, PA)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Randall Meagher:

In 2004, the Derry Township Police arrested Randall Meagher following a thorough police investigation after a parent of one 14-year-old boy made sexual assault allegations against him. Meagher was a band director at Bishop McDevitt High School, where he met the victim. He was charged with six criminal counts, ranging from corruption of a minor to criminal solicitation to committing involuntary deviate sexual intercourse.  Meagher was released on $5,000 unsecured bail.

As required by the Diocesan Youth Protection Policy, Mr. Meagher was placed on administrative leave, pending the investigation, and eventually terminated. The principal of the high school sent letters to the parents of students, faculty, and members of the school board to inform them of the situation. The Diocese of Harrisburg released a public statement in regard to the investigation on June 30, 2004.

Currently, Randall Meagher is a home business expert in the Harrisburg area. He no longer teaches music or works with children.

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