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CrimeOrange County middle school dean accused of molesting multiple students

20:00  15 may  2019
20:00  15 may  2019 Source:   wesh.com

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An acting dean at Westridge Middle School in Orange County is accused of molesting multiple students on and off campus.

In an Orange County Sheriff's Office incident report, a student described to deputies being groped on his way to lunch toward the back of the school's campus on April 19.

Other incidents are described, involving other boys, in a car and inside a home in Apopka while they played video games.

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The incident report also details claims of inappropriate text messages and questions about masturbation. The suspect also allegedly offered money for answers to lewd questions and to see boys' genitals, according to the Sheriff's Office report.

The dean’s name has been redacted from the report, but sheriff's officials have confirmed the person is a teacher at Westridge.

Deputies said one or more of the victims confided in another adult who then reported the allegations to authorities.

Orange County Public Schools officials have notified all parents with students at the school through a recorded call.

It does not appear the dean was immediately arrested or charged. Deputies said Wednesday that the investigation is still active.

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