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FILE - A worker at a group home was charged Thursday with sexually abusing a "vulnerable" person, according to charging documents.

WEST JORDAN — An arrest warrant was issued Thursday for a worker at a group home who police say sexually abused a "vulnerable" person.

Samuel Robert Huntington, 20, of West Jordan, has been charged in 3rd District Court with two counts of forcible sexual abuse, a second-degree felony.

The alleged victim, according to charging documents, is a "vulnerable adult who lives in a group home" and at the time of the alleged assaults, Huntington "worked in that group home."

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According to West Jordan police, the alleged abuse occurred at 9077 S. 2200 West between August and January. The victim is a 35-year-old man, according to police.

The man told investigators that Huntington "would show him porn and touch him inappropriately," according to charging documents. He said "that this happened multiple times," the charges state.

A $100,000 warrant was issued Thursday for Huntington's arrest. According to the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, Huntington is licensed as an unarmed private security officer.