Texas Teacher Arrested for Sexually Assaulting Student

Hernandez Grimaldo | Image by Brazos County Detention Center
Hernandez Grimaldo | Image by Brazos County Detention Center

A teacher for a charter school in Texas was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a student, according to a report by Texas Scorecard:

“The visiting international teacher had been reprimanded and then fired for placing his hands on students, but the school later rehired him.

“International Leadership of Texas teacher Jose Adrian Hernandez Grimaldo, 46, was arrested last month and charged with one count of aggravated sexual assault of a child, a first-degree felony punishable by 5 to 99 years in prison.

“At the time of the alleged assault, Hernandez Grimaldo taught at the ILTexas K-8 school in College Station. He later transferred to the school’s Lancaster K-8 campus where he worked at the time of his arrest.

“According to an arrest report from the College Station Police Department, the female victim alleges the teacher attacked her in a bathroom in February 2023. She told police he threatened to kill her if she told anyone about the attack.”

To read the full Texas Scorecard article, click HERE.

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