Subsitute teacher charged with Internet sex crimes www.privateofficer.com
Nicholas Cramer was arrested because of the incident, which was an investigation led by the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, as well as State Police and the Attorney General’s Office.
Cramer held substitute teaching appointments in many local districts, including Menands and Schalmont. Internet records also show that in July and August of this summer, Cramer was a day camp director at the Country Club of Troy for children ages 4-11.
Over the phone, a spokeswoman from troy’s country club said he wasn’t their director, and that he came from an outside source. That’s because the camp was set-up and run by a Texas organization called “Kids Entertainment.”
All mention of cramer has been removed from their website as of Monday. Cramer is being held in the county jail on a $25,000 bond and will next appear in court on Thursday.