A former Granite Hills High School teacher suspected of sexual misconduct against a minor was arrested Wednesday, according to a broadcast report.
Gerald Lopez was arrested in El Cajon for suspicion of possession of obscene material of a minor in a sexual act, harmful matter sent with interest to seduce a minor and annoy or molest a victim under the age of 18, NBC7 reported.
“The El Cajon Police Department informed us Wednesday afternoon that, as a result of their investigation, they have arrested the former Granite employee on felony and misdemeanor charges,” Granite Hills High School Principal Christina Wilde wrote in a letter sent to parents Wednesday that was obtained by NBC7.
According to the letter, the Grossmont Union High School District also conducted its own investigation and as a result, Lopez no longer works for the district.
Details about the allegations were not released and the district said it wouldn’t comment further on the investigation, according to broadcast reports.
–City News Service