Civil Air Patrol volunteer accused of child sex crimes, sources say

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A Civil Air Patrol volunteer is accused of committing sex crimes against children who participate in the organization, sources said.

David Joseph Greenberg, 35, of Charlotte, is in the Cabarrus County jail on indecent liberties charges under a $500,000 secured bond.

The CAP is an auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force and is a nonprofit organization that works with cadets who are children.

Greenberg, who is a captain in the North Carolina CAP, has been suspended. It is not clear if he was suspended as a result of the recent accusations, CAP spokeswoman Lynne Albert said.
 
He has been a volunteer with the North Carolina CAP for less than one year and passed an FBI background check, Albert said.

There was a meeting at the Civil Air Patrol facility near Charlotte Douglas Airport Thursday evening. Channel 9 asked two parents if they knew about an incident involving a volunteer and both said "no," but drove off before answering more questions.