Additional information about 39-year-old Robert Myles, the security guard at Mann Middle School accused of sexually assaulting two young boys, has been released by the Little Rock Police Department.
According to a June 2010 police report, a young man's mother called the child abuse hotline to report that Myles had repaired her son's car at his house, and when he went to pick it up, Myles sexually assaulted him.
The report states that Myles told the victim he had adopted "a lot of boys" and given all of them physicals to see if they were sexually active or if they had been masturbating.
Myles then reportedly offered the victim $200 for 30 minutes of his time, saying he pays people to let him perform the physicals on them.
The victim told police Myles then placed his hand near his genitals and told him he could tell the victim had masturbated that day, according to the report. The victim then grabbed his car keys and left.
Further investigation revealed a previous report where a teenaged boy said a man was providing physical examinations to see if they had masturbated.
It was also noted during the investigation that until 2009, Myles had been running a business called "Myles Boys Recovery, Inc.," where he claims to have been working with troubled, at-risk youth as a mentor, according to the report.
Police say this matter is still under investigation.