A Queen Creek music therapist has been arrested after being accused of sexually molesting three children during weekly therapy appointments, according to Gilbert police.
Corey E. Brown, 30, was arrested Friday night at his Queen Creek home after police were told that a 10-year-old autistic girl was molested during a music therapy session at a Gilbert business. Police Sgt. Mark Marino would not release the name of the business.
Marino said the girl's mother walked out of her daughter's therapy session Aug. 10 and returned a short while later to find the door locked. After she unlocked the door, she found her daughter partially undressed in the room with Brown, Marino said.
At least two other young possible victims have been named, police said. All of the children are autistic, Marino said.
Brown was booked in Maricopa County's Fourth Avenue Jail on suspicion of child molestation and attempted child molestation. Detectives are trying to contact the guardians of Brown's clients to find any other possible victims.