BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – A man accused of multiple counts of unlawful sexual contact and sexual assault turned himself in to authorities.
According to the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office, Scott Roy was taken into custody on Wednesday.
Roy appeared in court on Wednesday for his first advisement.
Officers believe the crimes occurred against some employees at Boulder Ice Cream, where Roy was a co-owner at the time, and possibly at a local farmer’s market.
He was already facing previous charges but more alleged victims have come forward.
“For more than a year our investigators have been working diligently on a case that involves multiple women that are Spanish-speaking only, that have a questionable work status,” Boulder police spokesperson Shannon Cordingly said in December.
He has multiple misdemeanor unlawful sexual contact charges pending, as well as three felony sexual assault counts pending.
Roy is being held on a $50,000 bond.