CLEARFIELD — A Curwensville woman has been charged after allegedly having indecent contact with a 14-year-old boy.

Lydia M. Opalisky, 20, is charged with involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with person less than 16-years old — a felony of the first degree, aggravated indecent assault-victim less than 16-years old and statutory sexual assault — both felonies of the second degree, corruption of minors — a felony of the third degree, and indecent assault — a misdemeanor of the second degree.

According to the affidavit of probable cause the Lawrence Township Police Department was contacted by Children, Youth and Family Services that there were rumors at the Hyde Fire Hall that Opalisky had inappropriate contact with a 14-year-old boy.

According to Opalisky’s Facebook page, she is, or has been, associated with both Hyde Vol. Fire Co. Station 6 and Rescue Hose & Ladder Fire Co. Station 8 in Curwensville.

Police interviewed the boy who said last June, Opalisky provided him a ride home from the Hyde Fire Hall. When they arrived they discovered his parents were not at home. He said they began talking inside of her vehicle, which led to them kissing and her performing a sex act on him.

He said it occurred on one occasion.

On Jan. 4, Opalisky was interviewed at the police station. Initially she denied the allegation but eventually admitted to the crime.

When asked to give a written statement, Opalisky became uncooperative and refused and left the police station.

Her preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 28 before Magisterial District Judge Michael Morris.

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