Employee Caleb Xavier Randolph was arrested on charges of sexual misconduct at Rainbow House / Photo courtesy of the Clayton County Police Department

Rainbow House Employees Arrested for Sexual Misconduct, Coverup

At least four employees of Rainbow House in Jonesboro, Georgia, have been arrested for inappropriate sexual misconduct.

Rainbow House is a non-profit organization providing temporary shelter for children who have been removed from their homes through the courts. According to Fox 5, Caleb Xavier Randolph, an employee of the organization and the son of the facility’s executive director Mia Chanel Kimber, has been accused of sexual misconduct with at least one of the children staying at the shelter and was arrested on March 16.

According to the Clayton Crescent, the victim was a 15-year-old human trafficking survivor. The 15-year-old child was transferred from the facility on false allegations, and Randolph allegedly began grooming another 13-year-old victim.

A whistleblower anonymously tipped off the Clayton County Police Department after realizing their reports weren’t being investigated. Randolph was initially fired for violating Rainbow House policies before being rehired a week and a half later. He was allowed direct, unsupervised access to the children until his arrest.

Randolph faces charges of child molestation, statutory rape, and sexual assault.

Investigators reportedly say that Kimber and Monica Jones, the facility’s program director of the child advocacy center, knew what happened and failed to report it. Both have been arrested and charged with party to a crime of molestation statutory rape, sexual assault, and sexual exploitation, and failure to report the incident. Felicia Marie Campbell, a manager of Rainbow House, was also arrested after telling investigators she did not know of any instances of sexual misconduct, only for police to find incident reports in her office with her signature on them. Campbell was charged with failure to report the incident.

“If [Rainbow House] is not shut down yet, it will be soon,” Clayton County Police Chief Kevin Roberts told the Clayton Crescent. “It is my understanding that the kids are being transferred to other locations.”