Monday, April 25, 2016

Ruler George's achieved settlement of $1.5 million in sex misuse case.

PGCPS CEO Dr. Kevin Maxwell spaeking at the child sex abuse case press conference at the Prince George's County Public School's Sasscer Administration Building on February 10, 2016 in Upper Marlboro, Md. Behind Dr. Maxwell was Prince Georges County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III(L) and Prince Georges County Board of Education Chairman Dr. Segun Eubanks (C)
© Mark Gail/for The Washington Post by means of Getty Images PGCPS CEO Dr. Kevin Maxwell spaeking at the tyke sex misuse case question and answer session at the Prince George's County Public School's Sasscer Administration Building on February 10, 2016 in…
Sovereign George's paid $1.5 million to settle a case including a 15-year-old young lady who was sexually manhandled by a region educator, finishing a case that asserted disappointments in researching sexual unfortunate behavior and directing workers in the Maryland educational system. 

The arrangement came to in December, after over three years of case, was revealed by the educational system in light of a ­open-records demand documented by The Washington Post. The revelation of the area's installment comes as the school locale looks at its arrangements on avoiding and reporting kid misuse in the midst of another sexual-misuse case that is one of the biggest in the district as of late. 

Deonte Carraway, 22, a grade school volunteer in the province was captured in February for purportedly guiding kids as youthful as 9 to perform sexual acts and video-recording them. Police say that there are no less than 17 casualties and that a portion of the offenses happened amid the school day at Judge Sylvania W. Woods Elementary School in Glenarden where Carraway volunteered. 

As the examination of Carraway proceeds with, the area's history in taking care of such issues is gravitating toward investigation. 

The million-dollar settlement included Brian A. Gwaltney, a previous educator and collaborator football mentor at Flowers High School who purportedly went after a ninth-grader, over and over squeezing her for sex — and sexually manhandling her in his classroom amid the lunch hour in the 2009-2010 school year. Gwaltney was 37 at the time. 

Gwaltney was sentenced in April 2011 of two checks of tyke sexual misuse identified with his behavior with the 15-year-old casualty and another young person. He was sentenced to 10 years in jail for every case, with five years suspended. 

The common suit against the locale, which was brought as a government social liberties protestation, affirmed that Gwaltney constrained a few female understudies for intercourse in his classroom and different spots, in a secondary school with a "broad history and issue of sexual misuse by teacher.
Deonte Carraway, 22, a school volunteer in Prince George’s County, is charged in one of the region’s largest sex abuse cases in recent years. (Prince George's County Police Department)
© N/A/Prince George's County Police Department Deonte Carraway, 22, a school volunteer in Princ

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