An investigation led to the indictment and subsequent arrest of a New York Mills man, according to the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center.

David Burr, 37, of New York Mills, was indicted by an Oneida County grand jury and charged with a felony first-degree criminal sex act.

 An investigation led to the indictment and subsequent arrest of a New York Mills man, according to the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center.

David  Burr, 37, of New York Mills, was indicted by an Oneida County grand jury and charged with a felony first-degree criminal sex act.

Rome police detectives Richard Galluppi and Jason Worth, both formerly assigned to the Advocacy Center, led the multi-year joint investigation.

The detectives said that on January 20, 2011 Burr sexually abused a 10-year-old child in Utica.

Members of the Advocacy Center including Child Protective Services Caseworkers, victim advocates and counselors, were involved throughout the investigation.

Burr is currently being held in Oneida County jail without bail after he was arrested on the indictment warrant by members of the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office Warrants Division.

The victim has been offered additional counseling through the Child Advocacy Center.