Government school indoctrinator from Milton-Union denies charges of sending "inappropriate" text messages

Posted by DarthDilbert at 6/04/2009 11:33:00 PM

A former Milton-Union schools teacher and coach charged with misdemeanor contributing to the delinquency or unruliness of a minor for alleged inappropriate text messaging to a 17-year-old is denying the allegations and wants a jury trial.

The denial and jury trial request on behalf of Manuel Perez, 42, of Fletcher were filed Thursday, June 4, in Miami County Juvenile Court by lawyer Richard Skelton of Dayton.

With the filing, a June 17 arraignment of Perez has been canceled. A pretrial hearing now is scheduled for July 7.

The charge is being handled in a juvenile court because the court, under state law, has jurisdiction in contributing to the delinquency of a minor cases.

Perez was charged last Friday after the girl’s parents contacted the county Sheriff’s Office about the text messaging.

Authorities reviewed cell phone records and "several hundred" messages, dating back to February, Capt. Dave Duchak said. The messages "were inappropriate for a student-teacher relationship," he said.

And the moonbat Socialists want me to have my kids in schools with perverts like this? No thanks.

Reason # to homeschool.

Dayton Daily News


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