A Disney cruises employee has been arrested for raping a young girl multiple times over the course of about 3 years.53-year-old Keith Seitz who works for the for Disney Vacation Club, was arrested on November 25th after the victim told her mother about Seitz’ actions towards her.According to the report, the now 13-year-old told her mother that Seitz would rape her at his home and at one point took photos of her which he said he would use on the cruise.The victim told her mother that Seitz first began molesting her at his home in 2016 when she was 10-years-old. The abuse then escalated to rape when the victim turned 11 and the abuse continued until October of 2019.At the time the incident was brought to authorities, Seitz was said to have been out to sea but was scheduled to return to land the next day. When Seitz arrived, he was taken into custody.Seitz is now facing two counts of sexual battery on a child under 12, two counts of sexual battery on a physically helpless person, and one count of lewd or lascivious molestation on a victim under 12.He was also ordered not to have contact with the victim, or children under 18.Disney has since placed Seitz on unpaid leave.
Having earned its first victory of the season on Oct. 8 against Syracuse City, the Baldwinsville girls swim team did even more special stuff when it ventured to Syracuse’s home pool at Nottingham for last weekend’s Salt City Athletic Conference championships.Kali Sacco would win twice for the Bees, starting with the 200-yard individual medley, where in two minutes, 17.60 seconds, she did enough to hold off Fayetteville-Manlius’ Lindsay Mathews (2:18.13) for the top spot.Later, in the 100 backstroke, it was Ashley Konz’s turn to find the win column, her time of 1:00.71 just ahead of the 1:00.97 posted by Cicero-North Syracuse’s Kate Gucciardi. Konz also finished fourth in the 200 freestyle in 2:03.74. Tags: Baldwinsvilleswimming Sacco, in the 100 freestyle, finished in 58.69 seconds, well clear of Thompson’s 1:01.64, while in the 500 freestyle Burke claimed first place in 5:52.90 to the 5:57.44 for Liverpool’s Sophia Russo.Konz returned in the 100 backstroke, her specialty, and tore to victory in a season-best 1:02.90. And in the closing 400 freestyle relay, Konz, Sacco, Burke and Sauro won in 4:10.02 to the Warriors’ 4:10.35, with that same Bees quartet going 2:03.06 in the 200 medley relay to Liverpool’s 2:01.06.Liverpool won 60-34, overcoming Sacco’s 2:24.20 in the 200 individual medley as the Warriors’ Delaney Gellert won in 2:21.85. Burke, in 2:12.55, was second to Russo (2:10.43) in the 200 freestyle.After the league meet, B’ville would host F-M, the first-place side in the SCAC, on Tuesday for its last regular-season home meet.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Sacco also finished fourth in the 100 freestyle in a season-best 56.90 seconds, helping Konz, Clare Burke and Madeline Sauro to fourth place n the 200 medley relay in 1:59.92, the first time they dipped under the two-minute mark in that event.Burke was fifth in 2:10.42 to go with her seventh in the 100 butterfly in 1:08.06, capping off the league meet by pairing with Konz, Sacco and Sauro for a third-place time of 4:04.85 in the 400 freestyle relay.Before all this, B’ville hosted Liverpool last Tuesday night. The Bees swept both of the sprint titles, starting with Konz going 26.64 seconds in the 50-yard freestyle to beat out Liverpool’s Kaitlyn Thompson (27.08) for the top spot.