I'm not surprised to hear your answer. I just wanted to check rather than give you a shoot-from-the-hip reaction.
I couldn't say whether or not what you did conformed with your employer's policies. But I don't see any evidence that anything you did was in any way criminal
. The age of consent in Georgia is 16. The young woman is legally entitled to have sex with anyone she chooses. Even if her parents hated the young man, they could not have pressed charges, so long as the only "rape" at issue here was statutory. (That is, I'm assuming the young woman had consensual sex).
If the young man committed no crime, you neither engaged in nor abetted the commission of any felony. To the contrary, from what it's worth, your handling of the matter seems thorough and professional to me.
Looks to me as if in these hard economic times, your employer may have used the incident to force you out and save themselves the salary of a senior staff member. I don't see any evidence of criminal culpability from what you've reported here.
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