Police: RUSD substitute teacher accused of inappropriate sexual contact with student
MOUNT PLEASANT — Mount Pleasant police say they are conducting an investigation into allegations a Racine Unified School District substitute teacher had inappropriate sexual contact with at least one student.
The inappropriate sexual contact was reported to have occurred away from school and after school hours.
The initial incident reportedly occurred at Case High School in the Village of Mount Pleasant.
After investigating the initial reported inappropriate contact, additional incidents of inappropriate sexual contact were discovered.
The investigation revealed a substitute teacher was contacting female students outside of school hours via social media and would then meet with the students. The contact between the substitute teacher and the students was reported to be of an illegal, sexual nature.
On Friday March 4th, 2016, the 28-year-old former substitute teacher was taken into custody by Mount Pleasant police.
Charges have been referred to the Racine County District Attorneys’ Office:
- Felony child enticement
- Felony sexual assault of a child by school staff person
- Felony exposing a child to harmful material