A security monitor at a Maryland center school has been captured for having a sexual association with a 14-year-old understudy, police say.
Mike Anthony Lievano, 21, was captured on Sunday night when he handed himself over to Montgomery Province police on charges of sexual manhandle of a minor, a third-degree sex offense and a fourth-degree sex offense. He is being hung on $10,000 bond.
Police say an eighth grade studentÂ at Col. E. Brooke Lee Center School told criminologists on May 4 that she gave Lievano her telephone number and begun to trade instant messages with him, NBC Washington announced.
She said they began dating on Walk 29, and that they had intercourse no less than four times at her home and once at his home, police say.
The young lady told specialists that she would sneak the security watch into her loft during the evening.
Lievano admitted to investigators who talked with him on May 5 that he engaged in sexual relations with the high schooler twice, and that the last time her mom got him inside the young lady’s room, NBC Washington announced.
After school authorities found out about the asserted improper relationship, Lievano was instantly set on clear out.
Montgomery District State funded Schools Director Dr. Jack R. Smith discharged the accompanying articulation about the case:
‘I am enraged and profoundly agitated by the assertions against Mr. Lievano,’ the announcement peruses.
‘As Col. E. Brooke Lee Center School Central Kimberly Hayden Williams noted in her letter to the school group, (included underneath) the charges are an infringement of the center estimations of our educational system.
‘We hold our staff to the most astounding principles and we won’t endure this sort of conduct. MCPS stays focused on the wellbeing of our understudies.
‘We have created and actualized staff preparing on avoiding, perceiving and announcing youngster manhandle and in addition an educational modules on individual body security for understudies at all review levels.
‘We will keep on taking each proper measure to guarantee our schools are sheltered and inviting spots to learn for understudies.’
Preceding this position at the center school, Lievano already worked at Rockville Secondary School from September 2015 to February 2016 as low maintenance security protect.
Any individual who trusts that their kid may have been misled by Lievano is made a request to call the Montgomery Region Police Office at (240) 773-5400.