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Babysitter admits to sexually abusing young child in Bucks County, police say

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BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. - A 19-year-old wanted by police has turned herself in after admitting to the sexual assault of a child she babysat, according to authorities.Taylor Camryn Leigh, of Quakerotwn, is charged with indecent assault, endangering the welfare of a chid and corruption of a child.Police say a "sensitive-aged" child told their parents that the babysitter sexually abused them, then said not to tell anyone.The assaults occurred inside the child's home several times over the past year.MORE HEADLINES:An arrest warrant was issued for Leigh, who was the child's babysitter at the time.Officials say she later admitted to the abuse after turning herself into authorities last week..

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