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Louis "Skip" ReVille was arrested on Friday, October 28. Investigators with the Mount Pleasant Police Department said he confessed to several counts of criminal sexual conduct involving minors. His arrest was part of an investigation prompted by information provided by the Dee Norton Children's Center. Since his arrest, ReVille has confessed to several additional counts of criminal sexual conduct with minors as well as other charges related to sexual activity. As of early December, attorneys believed his list of victims was has high as 30.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Mount Pleasant Police Department at 843-884-4176 or Crime Stoppers at 843-554-1111.


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