A substitute teacher at an elementary school accused of abusing young students was arrested by police but he is not being prosecuted. The mother, Fabiola Santana Carrasco, received the dreaded phone call from the principal at her daughter's school, John Adams Elementary School in Santa Ana, to inform the arrest of her daughter's substitute teacher.
The deputy, a former instructor who labored within the district for almost twenty years, sexually molested Santana Carrasco’s 9-year-old daughter by throwing his hand time and again rubbing her chest, up and down her again and buttocks, over her garments – this after the deputy stared at her bum in an overtly sexual method.
Fabiola said four girls spoke up, saying the teacher inappropriately touched them.
Three different ladies accused the substitute instructor of sexual harassment on the same day. Administration officers were referred to as the Santa Ana police and the instructor was arrested but later positioned on bail. A spokesman for the DA’s workplace mentioned prosecutors had dismissed the case due to inadequate proof.
But two of the girls' families are taking legal action.
"There is no other recourse for justice for these four girls -- for two of the four that we represent -- other than the claim we're filing," attorney Ned Menoyo said. "And we're going to ask a lot of hard questions, should this proceed -- why he was hired, what the school district knew about it when they knew about him."
Santana Carrasco mentioned her daughter goes to a different faculty now, however she is going to carry this along with her for the remainder of her life – and he or she desires justice.
“We’re humble folks,” mentioned the mom. “Some assume now we have no proper to complain or to talk up. However, we are able to speak.”
The law firm representing the students' families urges anyone who may have similar accusations to contact them immediately.