“He hated him. He was crying and didn’t want to go anywhere with him,” she said. “And I thought it was because it was such a hard workload.”
Last month, the teen confided in his parents that McGary had sexually abused him dozens of times, Johns Creek police said.
The mother reached out to the owner of Academy ABA, who reportedly told her not to call the police, authorities said. Instead, the owner suspended McGary from work and contacted the Division of Family and Children Services, Channel 2 reported. The owner denied telling the woman not to go to the cops but told Channel 2 that McGary no longer works for the company.
He also said McGary passed a background check before being hired.
“I’m fearful he’s going to hurt more people while he’s out there,” the teen’s mother said. “He needs to get caught and go to jail.”
Johns Creek police said McGary is wanted on charges of aggravated child molestation and aggravated sodomy.
“As of today, Mr. McGary has been unreachable and will not return any phone calls,” the agency said in a lookout that included the man’s photo.
Police are asking that anyone who knows McGary’s whereabouts or has information regarding similar cases that might involve the suspect to contact Johns Creek investigators at 678-674-1591 or email Detective D. Russell at firstname.lastname@example.org.