The abuse report named another northern Colorado pastor, Charles Brown at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Fort Collins. According to the report, Brown is accused of abusing a boy from 1962 to 1966. The abuse wasn't reported until 2005 and it took seven years for the church to inform the police.
Finally, the fourth priest named in the report is Harold Robert White, who has been called "the most prolific known clergy child sex abuser in Colorado history."
The report says he is believed to have abused at least 63 children starting from before he was ordained and continuing over a period of 21 years.
From the sex abuse report:
"The Denver Archdiocese knew from the outset of White’s career that he was a child sex abuser. When he had sexually abused enough children at a parish that scandal threatened to erupt, the Denver Archdiocese moved him to a new one geographically distant enough that White was not known there."
They go on to say his ministry was never restricted and the behavior was never voluntarily reported to the police. By the time he became an assistant pastor in Loveland, there were at least 15 reports of abuse. White was put into therapy, where the therapist said he should not be allowed to continue in the ministry. He was removed from the ministry in 1993, defrocked in 2004 and died in 2006.
Source: The Coloradoan and Colorado Attorney General's Office