In March 2014, Guinto was arrested and charged. “We are proud of our detectives’ tenacity and focus in bringing justice to the predator who preyed on the innocent children,” Richmond police Lt. Felix Tan said. “We are appreciative of the various victim advocacy groups that have assisted along the way.”
Children’s Interview Center (CIC) to interview 15 children involved. The investigation uncovered that Guinto had started a boys-only camp called Camp Epic, which had no affiliation with the school and had Guinto as its only adult supervisor. Guinto’s stated goal for the camp was to teach life lessons to the boys, but instead he sexually assaulted 15 of them, police said.