College Official Caught Soliciting Sex From From 21-Year-Old Male Off Craigslist

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The former director of Greek life at three separate colleges pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct in McKeesport, Penn., after he allegedly paid a 21-year-old male for oral sex.

McKeesport police pulled Roy Baker and his male sex partner Shane Sieber over while they were in a car in September. Police discovered a bag full of condoms, a towel, and a container of beer in the backseat, reports Onward State. (RELATED: Four Young Children Left In Home For Days After Parents Died From Apparent Drug Overdose)

Sieber later admitted to authorities that Baker gave him $80 to drive with him to McKeesport and engage in and reciprocate oral copulation.

Baker resigned from his post at West Virginia University (WVU) on the night he pleaded guilty. He also served as the director of fraternity and sorority life at Pennsylvania State University and director of Greek life at Syracuse University.

McKeesport police originally charged Baker and Sieber with disorderly conduct and soliciting prostitution, but the latter was officially withdrawn, according to court documents.

Baker was forced to pay a a fine of $454.50.

“I guess I don’t want to say because I don’t know if that’s appropriate,” Dean of Students at WVU Corey Farris said when the news of the resignation first arose, according to the Charleston Gazette-Mail. “I’m not trying to hide anything, but those are things we’re always careful [about].”

School officials still chose not to comment on the situation.

“We cannot discuss it because it is a confidential personnel issue,” April Kaull Stolzenbach, director of news at WVU, told The Daily Caller News Foundation.

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