Joseph Brvenik arrest: Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office accuses Villa Sport Fitness Club employee of child indecency

FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas (KTRK) —Fort Bend County deputies allege that a 17-year-old fitness club employee committed indecency with a child while at work.

On Monday, a sheriff’s office social media post disclosed details about Joseph Brvenik’s April 29 arrest regarding an investigation that started on April 13.

According to the posting, the investigation concerned a sports club in the 9900 block of Gaston Road in the Katy area. While the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office didn’t name the business, ABC13’s search of the area identified it as Villa Sport Athletic Club.

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“The Sports Club reported a potential crime committed by an employee against a child at the club,” FBCSO’s post read.

Brvenik was arrested on an indecency with a child warrant and later released on a $75,000 bond, according to the sheriff’s office.

FBCSO had yet to provide other details, including what alleged act set off the investigation and the alleged victim’s age.

Additionally, no one at Villa Sport had publicly spoken about the arrest or Brvenik’s employment status.

According to the club’s website, Villa Sport offers child care for kids from 6 weeks to 12 years old.

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