Registered sex offender, Yoel Oberlander, 31, of Monsey,was charged with trespassing Aug. 8 at Camp Shalva in South Fallsburg between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m.
Oberlander, a truck driver employed by the Golden Taste kosher-food company, was arrested yesterday— a week after he was caught by cameras sneaking into buildings where kids were sleeping, state police said.
“He knowingly entered and unlawfully remained in the bunk, the sleeping quarters of the boys,” said State Police Capt. Joseph Tripodo.
Tripodo said an investigation found “no allegation of sexual abuse.”
Oberlander was convicted of sexually abusing an 11-year-old girl in Rockland County in 2002. In 2008, he unsuccessfully challenged a Rockland County law that limited where sex offenders could live.
He was being held yesterday in the Sullivan County jail on $5,500 bail.
“An immediate report would have protected kids in other camps where this driver was making deliveries that day and the next,” complained SFJ spokesman Ben Hirsch. “We hope the children were not pressured into changing their stories.”