Washington CYS Deputy Director Resigns; the Former Director of the Greene County Children and Youth Services, Who Greensburg Police Allege in 2012 Scuttled a Potential Investigation into a Foster Mother Now Charged with Raping a Teenager in Her Care, Resigned Thursday from a Similar Position She Held in Washington County. [Derived Headline]

By Peirce, Paul | Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, May 26, 2017 | Go to article overview

Washington CYS Deputy Director Resigns; the Former Director of the Greene County Children and Youth Services, Who Greensburg Police Allege in 2012 Scuttled a Potential Investigation into a Foster Mother Now Charged with Raping a Teenager in Her Care, Resigned Thursday from a Similar Position She Held in Washington County. [Derived Headline]


Peirce, Paul, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


The former director of the Greene County Children and Youth Services, who Greensburg police allege in 2012 scuttled a potential investigation into a foster mother now charged with raping a teenager in her care, resigned Thursday from a similar position she held in Washington County.

Dee Dee Bosnich-Gooden, who left the Greene County job in 2013 and took the CYS deputy director's job in neighboring Washington County, submitted her resignation Thursday morning to Human Services Director Tim Kimmel.

"I'm not sure of her complete rationale for the resignation, but given the ongoing criminal investigation into the matter while she was in Greene ... we accepted it," Kimmel said.

"I will also tell you that we have been pleased with her work here as deputy director of CYS," he added.

On Tuesday, Greensburg Detective Sgt. John Swank charged Joelle M. Barozzini, 46, of Greensburg, with raping the foster child "hundreds" of times between 2009 and 2013 when he lived with her, according to court documents.

Barozzini, 46, is accused of sexually assaulting the boy, then a teen, at her home and at a hotel where the pair stayed to visit his father in a state prison, police said.

Employees at CYS in Greene County, where the teen's family lived, told investigators that in 2012 a caseworker reported their suspicions of an inappropriate relationship to Barozzini's employer, Pressley Ridge, according to a police affidavit. …

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