Tag: online solicitation of a minor

Ex-choir director facing soliciting charges dies at 31

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com The underage accusers of Alfredo Hernandez Jr., a former middle school choir director in San Benito arrested for online solicitation, will not see him prosecuted for his alleged crimes. Melissa Landín of the Cameron County District Attorney’s Office confirmed Tuesday that Hernandez’s charges of online solicitation of a minor …

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Discovery of screenshots in online solicitation case concerns González

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com San Benito CISD Board President Yliana González expressed concern Thursday regarding screen capture and print screen images of purported communication between a former Berta Cabaza Middle School choir director charged on multiple counts of online solicitation of a minor and a 12-year-old Miller Jordan Middle School student who authorities …

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SBCISD students ID’d as victims in ex-choir teacher case

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com Affidavits of arrest filed with Justice of the Peace David Garza’s office indicate that a former San Benito choir teacher arrested last year for online solicitation of a minor, a case involving a Harlingen juvenile, has also been accused of victimizing students attending Berta Cabaza and Miller Jordan Middle …

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Trustees link teacher allegations to Limón’s suspension

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com Officials and sources involved in the suspension and subsequent request for an investigation into Antonio G. Limón, who remains on paid administrative leave as San Benito CISD Superintendent of Schools, cited on Friday a number of cases involving teachers accused of mistreating or acting inappropriately with students as additional …

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